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Teddy Bridgewater Could Miss Entire 2017 Season for Vikings

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Jan/27/2017

Minnesota Vikings starting quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, who missed the entire 2016 season, could end up lost for the entire 2017 season as well.

Bridgewater is recovering from knee surgery after an injury suffered during practice last August. 

The 24-year-old former first-rounder threw for 14 touchdowns and 3,231 yards in 2015, leading Minnesota to the playoffs following the 2015 regular season.

Sam Bradford filled in as the starting quarterback and helped the Vikings with an impressive start to the season but mounting team injuries became too much to overcome.  Minnesota failed to make the playoffs this season as a result.

The Vikings were coming in with the 11th shortest odds of winning Super Bowl 52 at 30/1 odds.

Odds to win 2017-18 Super Bowl LII (2/4/18)

Team

Odds

New England Patriots

13/2

Dallas Cowboys

12/1

Green Bay Packers

12/1

Atlanta Falcons

12/1

Seattle Seahawks

15/1

Pittsburgh Steelers

18/1

Denver Broncos

18/1

Kansas City Chiefs

20/1

New York Giants

20/1

Oakland Raiders

20/1

Minnesota Vikings

30/1

Indianapolis Colts

30/1

Carolina Panthers

30/1

Arizona Cardinals

35/1

Baltimore Ravens

40/1

Tampa Bay Buccanneers

40/1

Houston Texans

40/1

Philadelphia Eagles

45/1

Miami Dolphins

50/1

Tennessee Titans

50/1

Washington Redskins

60/1

Cincinnati Bengals

70/1

Detroit Lions

70/1

New Orleans Saints

70/1

Buffalo Bills

80/1

Los Angeles Chargers

80/1

Jacksonville Jaguars

100/1

Chicago Bears

125/1

New York Jets

150/1

Los Angeles Rams

150/1

San Francisco 49ers

300/1

Cleveland Browns

300/1

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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