Mike Zimmer: Clock not to blame for loss, but ‘disconcerting’ for Teddy Bridgewater

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer wasn’t about to blame the malfunctioning game clocks at Soldier Field for the team’s 21-13 loss to the Chicago Bears on Sunday. But Zimmer said on Monday he did talk to the league about the issue, and added it was “disconcerting” to have rookie quarterback Teddy Bridgewater going through a two-minute drill without knowing exactly how much time he had left.

Bridgewater lofted a pass into the end zone on 2nd-and-3 from the Bears’ 29 with about a minute left in Sunday’s game, and the throw was intercepted by Bears safety Ryan Mundy.

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