Video: Bridgewater throws deep ball behind-his-back to Treadwell


Teddy Bridgewater's deep ball accuracy and willingness to throw the deep ball in a game have some Vikings fans and football experts wondering if he has what it takes to be a franchise quarterback in the NFL.

Well Bridgewater has been working on the deep ball while also trying to build chemistry with his new target first-round draft pick Laquon Treadwell.

He's done so much work that he's apparently learned to throw it down field accurately behind his back. Bridgewater showed off the new trick during Vikings practice Monday. Check it out!

While we probably won't see this one in a game anytime soon – imagine the confusion he'd cause the Packers defenders if he did.

Next Up

high school football

'Scalpel approach' gives MN schools chance to keep playing sports

County infection rates are no longer the only thing that matters.


With the help of HVAC, Circus Juventas will host its first holiday shows

After months of canceled classes and shows, Circus Juventas is hosting its first ever holiday show, with safety precautions.

Cameron Dantzler

Vikings send Cameron Dantzler to COVID-19/reserve list

Dantzler's placement leaves the Vikings paper-thin at cornerback heading into Green Bay.

peterson fischbach

Elections 2020 preview: 7th Congressional District

Will Collin Peterson hang on for yet another term?

Zimmer and Hunter

Zimmer explains why he called Hunter's neck injury a 'tweak'

The coach also said Dalvin Cook should return from injury this week.


60 charged in magazine scam that netted $300M

It's being called the largest elder fraud scheme in the country.

Screen Shot 2020-10-28 at 10.30.23 AM

The Star Tribune is shutting down City Pages

The free newspaper was bought by the Star Tribune in 2015.

billy's on grand

Coronavirus: Billy's on Grand will close for winter

The restaurant is among a growing list of eateries to close for the winter months.


1 dead in early Wednesday crash on Interstate 694

The 28-year-old driver was not wearing a seatbelt, the State Patrol said.