Week 15 at Green Bay Packers
Teddy Bridgewater had 283 yards passing last week against the Broncos, with no picks and no touchdowns. He also added 31 yards and a touchdown on the ground, however, turning in a solid fantasy day overall. Bridgewater has been a solid spot-starter all season in the right matchups, particularly as a bye-week or injury filler, and he should continue to be the over the final few weeks of the year.
This week, Bridgewater faces a Packers defense that ranks eighth in aFPA to opposing quarterbacks. That’s not a good sign for Teddy, who may see a ton of pressure. While it’s possible the Panthers play from behind and throw a ton, the pressure could cause turnovers, making Teddy a risky bet in most leagues. He should be considered a deep QB2 option at best.