In the end, Teddy Bridgewater represented more of what Vic Fangio and the Broncos coaching staff felt the team needed right now.
Tick tock, tick tock.
With the final preseason game just days away and the regular season quickly approaching, time was ticking for Vic Fangio to end the Broncos' quarterback competition and name a starter.
Here's why he went with Teddy Bridgewater.
The guys discuss the Broncos naming Teddy Bridgwater the starting quarterback, talk about what Bridgewater can do to be the long-term QB, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys discuss what it means for Teddy Bridgewater and Drew Lock that a decision has not been made on who will be the Broncos' starting quarterback, answer listener questions and much more.
"It is close, and I think it’s close for a good reason: They both have played well," Broncos coach Vic Fangio said.
The guys discuss when the Broncos should name a starting quarterback, whether it will be Teddy Bridgewater or Drew Lock, answer listener questions and much more.
With a decision on the Broncos' starting QB looming, although Vic Fangio did mention that both Teddy Bridgewater and Drew Lock have played well, it's hard to ignore the head coach's heaping praise for one QB after Saturday night's win.
Could Fangio make a decision between the two quarterbacks in the coming days? “We might,” he said after the Broncos’ 30-3 romp over the Seahawks at Lumen Field. “I want to take a look at the tape some more.”
“Sometimes you make the right decision, sometimes you make the decision right.” – Phil McGraw Early in my 20’s, and at the beginning of my management career, I ended up with a team a little larger than most first-time bosses get to steer. I found myself constantly second-guessing even my smallest decisions, and my team often got to see it…...
Starters' repetitions for Saturday, Pat Shurmur's thoughts on Drew Lock's progress and Courtland Sutton's status are in the spotlight for the final camp report of 2021.
On the latest edition of the DNVR Broncos Podcast, Andrew Mason and Andre Simone join you from The DNVR Bar to discuss the Broncos’ next-to-last practice of their 2021 training camp. The fellas dive into Vic Fangio’s comments about being “pretty damn close” to a QB decision — but also having “more information coming.” They also talk about the significance…...
Teddy Bridgewater, not Drew Lock, had the highest highs and the lowest lows during Wednesday’s practice.
With the QB competition potentially coming to an end soon, did the rollercoaster day help or hurt Teddy’s quest to becoming the starter?
Editor’s note: A Broncos quarterback competition can only mean one thing — another Broncos quarterback scoreboard. A fan favorite in the past, these stories will be posted after each and every training camp practice updating just how Denver’s quarterback competition is unfolding. At the end of each practice, 10 points will be divided among Drew Lock and Teddy Bridgewater with…...
The Broncos practiced like it was September ... At QB, Fangio said he considers the work from last week "in totality," and not just focused on Saturday's game reps against Minnesota reserves ... and Baron Browning makes his training-camp debut.
George Paton destroyed his former team.
His quarterbacks balled.
Paton's first-round pick and second-round pick shined.
Nobody had a better day than George Paton on Saturday.
Drew Lock and Teddy Bridgewater had no giveaways and no drives that ended in punts. But an 80-yard strike from Lock to KJ Hamler was the difference between the two quarterbacks on a day that saw both succeed where they'd had trouble before.
Earlier in the week, George Paton told Peter King, "quarterbacks are available more than franchise corners every year."
The Broncos' general manager addressed that controversial comment on Thursday.
Bridgewater closed with a touchdown. Lock closed with an interception, and those final throws made all the difference.