Denver Broncos suffer first loss of season as QB Teddy Bridgewater leaves game with concussion

Denver Broncos quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was ruled out for the remainder of Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens after suffering a concussion late in the second quarter. The veteran quarterback took a hard hit by Baltimore linebacker Odafe Oweh on a pass attempt, occurring on Denver’s final possession of the first half. Bridgewater finished the day completing seven of 16 pass attempts for 65 yards and one touchdown. He has five touchdown passes on the season with no interceptions.

Bridgewater was replaced by Drew Lock, who took over for the offense to begin the third quarter. Lock started the second half with the Broncos trailing 17-7; he finished the game 12-of-21 passing for 113 yards with an interception.

The Broncos were one of the NFL’s five undefeated teams left entering Sunday; they eventually lost 23-17 to the Ravens, dropping their record to 3-1.

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