In a sudden turn of events the vikings found a rather suitable replacement for Teddy Bridgewater. The vikings gave up two draft picks and in return got now former Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford. This is big for both teams. This now allows for the Eagles to start 1st round draft pick Carson Wentz. High ups in the Eagles organization have said that Wentz has greatly improved since he was drafted in April. He did suffer a hairline rib fracture, but looks to be starting week 1. Now onto the Vikings. They now have a chance to still have an ok season without starting quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. Bradford is a very qualified quarterback. The one issue is can he stay healthy. Bradford has been injured a lot in these past couple years, and if he doesn’t stay healthy the Vikings will be forced to play Shaun Hill. A guy that sounds like he came out of a random name generator in Madden. It will be interesting to see who becomes the winner of this trade once the season starts to get under way.