Teddy Bridgewater was sharp Sunday in the “all-important” third preseason game, putting to rest the controversy of sitting out the “less-important” second preseason game. His three-throw sequence to Charles Johnson, Stefon Diggs and Kyle Rudolph late in the first half was a thing of beauty, and his 22-yard scamper earlier in the half showed off the moves that have made him a sneakily effective scrambler. He looked the part of an upper-echelon QB not afraid to cut it loose.

But if Bridgewater was the MVP of the first game at U.S. Bank Stadium — insomuch as a preseason game can have an MVP — we also have a nominee for least valuable: this sad looking piece of pizza tweeted out by Darren Rovell. It was said to have been sold for $8.50 at Sunday’s game.

These are learning moments for everyone, and one has to imagine this is a correctable mistake.

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