Quarterback Saskatchewan Roughriders
October 8, 2017 Brandon Bridge News
RotoWire Fantasy Analysis
Bridge completed 20 of 28 passes for 292 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions after entering Saturday's 27-24 win over the Argonauts in place of Kevin Glenn (coach's decision). He also gained 13 yards on two rushes and completed a two-point conversion pass.
As he'd shown in previous stints behind center this season, Bridge was able to consistently move the Riders offense and his play was a catalyst in the second-half comeback. The mobile signal caller connected with the returning Naaman Roosevelt and Caleb Holley for scores and spearheaded a late drive that set up Tyler Crapigna's game-winning field goal with seven seconds remaining. Given that head coach Chris Jones has now seen Bridge succeed on multiple occasions while filling in for Glenn, it appears likely he'll entrust the former to helm Saskatchewan's offense versus the Redblacks in Week 17, although the coming practice week will shed further light.