The Minnesota Vikings have a hell of a decision to make this offseason with all three of their quarterbacks set for unrestricted free agency. Who should they stick with?
Paul A. Esden Jr. (@BoyGreen25):
“None of these prospects are perfect by any means. They all have their demons. Sam Bradford is the purest passer out of the three but obviously he has quite the track record with injuries and overall durability concerns. While Teddy Bridgewater also has injury concerns, but not from quantity of injuries, but quality of injuries. He destroyed his knee two years ago and while physically he may appear okay, is he mentally? The final candidate is Case Keenum. A career journeyman quarterback who hasn’t stuck anywhere he’s landed yet. He probably lost a lot of money in that NFC Championship game, but he’s still going to be in the conversation. At the end of the day I’d rock with the guy I feel the best about and that’s Bridgewater. He has the ‘it’ factor and I think healthy is the best option among the bunch.”
Jordan McGee (@OzMcGee44):
“The answer is clear. Teddy Bridgewater has to be the future of the Vikings. Case Keenum had an amazing season for Minnesota don’t get me wrong, however what is he worth on the market? More importantly, what are the Vikings willing to pay him? $15 to $20 million a year? That seems awfully risky for a guy who might just be a one hit wonder. As for Sam Bradford, his 2016 season was great, but let’s be honest he is a place holder quarterback. A team like the Bills could use Bradford, but Minnesota committing to Bradford for the future at 30 years old? No thank you. Bridgewater is young, is a dual threat passer and runner and is 25 years old. He has the most upside of the three. Many are saying Minnesota has a tough decision to make, but to me it’s obvious. It’s Bridgewater or bust.”
Of the three Vikings quarterbacks, who should Minnesota keep?
— The Score 1260 (@TheScore1260) January 23, 2018