4 quarterbacks Steelers must consider going after in 2022
If the Steelers want someone mobile enough and efficient it is this guy.
Teddy Bridgewater was once on the path to superstardom in Minnesota until a scary knee injury looked like it might end his career. Teddy is performing exceptionally in Denver and while it looks like that injury may have slowed him down enough to keep him from being one of the best in the league it hasn’t slowed him down enough to keep him from being a good starting quarterback.
He isn’t going to come at the price tag the other quarterbacks on the list will unless Denver starts a bidding war. This is good news for a team that would likely want some extra spending money to improve the offensive line.
Bridgewater can succeed with this team. Pittsburgh’s defense is a draft pick away from being the best in the league again, while an extra-wide receiver won’t hurt in 2022. Bridgewater could end up playing with the best defense he has ever had while having a running game that should develop into one of the best in the league next year.
As long as Bridgewater comes at the right price and the Steelers get to upgrade a spot or two on the offensive line in free agency, this team would be scary. I am not saying money is everything but this may be the best option if the Steelers want to continue to improve the team around the quarterback position.