After defensive end Charles Harris (Charles Harris) imposed an illegal blow to the side of Bridgewater’s head, Carolina Panthers quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (Teddy Bridgewater) ) Was briefly eliminated in Thursday night’s game with the Atlanta Falcons.
At the end of the third quarter, when defensive end Dante Fowler Jr. kicked his right leg and illegally tripped Bridgewater, Bridgewater tried to escape a collapsed pocket. Then, when Bridgewater hit the ground, Harris sent a heavy blow to the Panthers quarterback’s head and neck from behind.
The drama resulted in Harris being expelled from the game.
After the game, the Panthers ran back to Mike Davis and did not like Harris’ game.
“Yes, I think it’s cheap. It’s too late, hit him on the neck. Yes, that’s just something you don’t want to see. No need,” Davis told reporters after the game.
Bridgewater was forced to leave the sidelines and was assessed for a concussion when PJ Walker took over as quarterback. Before Bridgewater returns to the game, he will complete his trip to Carolina and make two appearances in the next game. He was cleared of a concussion and was considered suspicious by the Panthers with a neck injury before returning to the game.
Davis said he thanked Bridgewater for his efforts to get his team back on the battlefield.
Davis said: “You never want to see this happen to your quarterback, so you always have to stand up for him.” “I just want to say, I am also very grateful to Teddy, because he The battle for is back in the game. Many people will resign, but he came back to fight, so I really appreciate it. He did not resign. This is something I like to see, and it’s the quarterback I want to play every day .”