Worst Performances in Week 13 Part 1
December 9, 2015 in Sports News
We present the worst performances for this week, it can be a player, a full team, a coach, the staff, the referee, really it comes down to bad decisions, so let’s start.
Teddy Bridgewater – Vikings QB
By the time Adrian Peterson ceased to be relevant in the game against the Seahawks, the Vikings offense showed a lot of trouble to move the ball. In 28 throws, Teddy managed 118 total yards, was also guilty of an interception in the first half, which helped Seattle to take a 21-0 lead.
Robbie Gould – Bears K
A failed field goal attempt late in the game not only cost the game to the Bears against the 49ers, but goes all the way to their playoff chances. Gould missed yet another field goal in the third quarter with which the Bears would have won, Chicago should be have a 6-6 record, but Gould prevented them.
Losing for the second time in just six days is not what makes the team take a place on the list, but the terrible loss to the Bengals by a whooping 34 points. Austin Davis, who played quarterback for the Browns, became the 24th starter in that position since 1999, all marks point to Cleveland having the first overall pick in 2016.
St. Louis Rams
The Rams are another team with plenty of problems in all their lines, and what they did on Sunday against Arizona it just shows how low they have fallen. They allowed 534 yards by only 212 won, they reached their fifth consecutive defeat, surely the role of Jeff Fisher will be available at the end of the season.
Jay Cutler – Bears QB
Playing at home against one of most mediocre defenses in the NFL, one would expect much more from a starting QB and we can blame Gould for the defeat, but in the end, the attack of the Bears was slow, without depth, impoverished, Cutler failed to release any TD pass and barely got over 200 yards.