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Saints’ Teddy Bridgewater hits Jared Cook for first TD of game vs. Jaguars

Teddy Bridgewater, Jared Cook, Saints, Jaguars

Neither the New Orleans Saints nor the Jacksonville Jaguars found the end zone in the first three quarters of Sunday’s game. Then, early in the fourth quarter, Teddy Bridgewater hit Jared Cook for the first touchdown of the game versus the Jaguars.

While Drew Brees has been sidelined with a thumb injury, Bridgewater has done a phenomenal job leading the offense. On this play, Bridgewater pump-faked the ball and then delivered an accurate pass to Cook in the deeper part of the end zone.

Even with a defender in his face, Cook was able to bring the ball to his body and secure the catch. With the touchdown reception, Cook now has a touchdown in two consecutive games; after having zero touchdowns in the first four weeks.

Considering how this game has gone, this touchdown could’ve already given the Saints the win over Jacksonville.

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