Denver Broncos: 4 sensational stats that defined the win over Giants
Seventy-seven point eight.
As in completion percentage.
As in extremely accurate.
With one throwaway and two drops, Teddy Bridgewater had an adjusted completion percentage in this game of 85.7 percent.
Even without adjusting the completion percentage, the percentage that will go down in the record books was already record-setting as far as the Denver Broncos go.
No quarterback in Denver Broncos history has a higher completion percentage in their debut start than Teddy Bridgewater’s 77.8 percent completion rate in this game against the New York Giants.
It should be noted also — Bridgewater was 14th in the NFL in air yards per attempt (8.4) this past week, proving that he wasn’t just dumping the ball off every play, either.
His QB rating of 115.7 was the 10th-best in the NFL in week one, and his overall performance graded out as the best in football at the QB position according to Pro Football Focus.
Bridgewater was one of the best when he had a clean pocket, he was one of the best under pressure.
Denver Broncos: Teddy Bridgewater leads top 5 stars of week one
The Denver Broncos won their first game of the 2021 season. Teddy Bridgewater leads the top five stars of the week for the Broncos.
You’ve got to tip your cap to the guy after a stellar week one performance.