% chance misses at least 2 quarters
1- 17√1-% Inj/Season
Ability to produce despire relatively minor injuries. 5 being most durable
Injury analysis powered by Draft Sharks Injury Index, formerly
|Nov 24, 2012||Non-NFL||Pedal Ankle Sprain/Pull Unspecified Grade 1||Bridgewater sprained his right ankle but played the following week.|
|Sep 28, 2014||NFL||Pedal Ankle Sprain/Pull Unspecified Grade 1||Bridgewater sprained his left ankle and missed 1 game.|
|Nov 8, 2015||NFL||Head Cranial Concussion Grade 1||Bridgewater sustained a concussion but was cleared for the following week's game.|
|Aug 30, 2016||NFL||Knee ACL Tear Grade 3||Bridgewater suffered a complete tear of his left ACL, a dislocated knee and "other structural damage," according to the Vikings, in a training-camp practice. He had surgery on Sept. 8, 2016 and took part in his 1st official practice on Oct. 18, 2017.|
|Nov 24, 2012||Non-NFL||Hand Wrist Fracture||Bridgewater broke his left (non-throwing) wrist but played the next week. He then had surgery before playing in Louisville's bowl game.|
|Nov 15, 2020||NFL||Knee MCL Sprain Grade 2||Bridgewater suffered a sprained MCL during Week 10's loss to the Buccaneers. He missed the next game|
What You Need to Know:
Draft Sharks Bottom Line
Bridgewater and Drew Lock will duke it out for the Broncos’ starting QB job this summer. There’s no doubt that Bridgewater has been better as a pro so far. So if Lock doesn’t take a big step forward, Bridgewater should win the battle.
If he does, he’ll have some spot-start appeal thanks to Denver’s strong group of pass-catchers and some rushing ability.
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