By: Aj Mansour | KFAN

Minneapolis, MN - After Matt Cassel let the first team offense 70 yards down the field for an opening drive touchdown, Teddy Bridgewater took over for the extent of the first-half and the first series of the second-half.

Bridgewater showed some signs of promise including his mobility with the bootleg pass and the play-action pass. That said, it was very evident that Teddy is still a rookie. 

Completing 6 of 13 passes for 49 yards, Teddy seemed to struggle with timing and the onslaught of pressure from the Oakland Raiders. The internal clock developed only through in-game experience has yet to develop for the rookie and the NFL level.

Teddy did show he has the ability to make adjustments coming out of the half and completing three straight passes before the drive stalled and Blair Walsh missed a 53-yard field goal attempt wide.

Much of Teddy's time on the field was spent withe second-team offensive line who didn't do him many favors.

Bridgewater's night ended with a passer rating of 56.2.