didn't have the best day on the field for the Sunday, completing just 61.1% of his pa ses as Denver was able to score only one offensive touchdown in a 30-13 lo s to the . Bridgewater's most egregious play wasn't even on a pa s, a decision that went viral immediately.When recovered a fumble from on fourth down, he took the ball 83 yards the other way for the Christian Wood Jersey touchdown -- giving Philadelphia a 27-13 lead that paved the way to victory. Bridgewater had an opportunity to tackle Slay near midfield, but gave a lame tackle "attempt" which allowed Slay to sprint past the Denver offense and score easily. Teddy Bridgewater gave up on his team Denver Broncos 365 (@DailyBroncos) While it appeared Bridgewater made a busine s decision by not attempting the Kenrich Williams Jersey tackle and staying upright -- and more importantly healthy -- the Broncos starting quarterback insisted that wasn't the case."I just tried to force the ball back," Bridgewater said, . "When you sit in a team meeting and watch coach put up plays throughout the league and two-minute situations -- our defense has guys running toward the sideline. We always say: 'The sideline is your friend.' I tried to force the Rawle Alkins Jersey ball back. That's all I tried to do right there."Broncos head coach Vic Fangio isn't going to bench Bridgewater for the decision, saying, "Teddy is our quarterback moving forward." "I thought he was forcing it back into somebody else and had an angle on Sindarius Thornwell Jersey him," Fangio said Monday. "I'd like to see Teddy at least make a play at the guy."The move by Bridgewater capped an unspectacular day for the quarterback, who threw for 226 yards with no turnovers and compiled a 79.2 pa ser rating. The Broncos were just 1 for 11 on third down and 1 for Josh Hart Jersey 5 in the red zone, as Bridgewater averaged just 5.7 yards per attempt.Slay has seen plenty of Bridgewater from their time together in the NFC North. The Eagles cornerback a sumed it was a wide decision not to bring him down. "I was hoping Teddy didn't try to (make the tackle)," Slay said after the game. "Because I would have given him a good (stiff) arm."