3. Teddy Bridgewater, QB-Vikings
While Derek Carr ended the season as the top rookie quarterback in fantasy football (partially due to Teddy not competing in three games), Teddy Bridgewater closed out the Vikings season with a bang. After their week 10 bye, Teddy threw for 11 touchdowns in their final seven games while also eclipsing 300 passing yards in two of those.
That’s not bad considering their leading receivers were Greg Jennings and Jarius Wright. Teddy also poses a threat outside of the pocket, closely resembling Russell Wilson in the way he can take off with the ball. With the free agent acquisition of Mike Wallace, Teddy now has a clear-cut number one wide-receiver to throw to.