The former first-round pick said Thursday he's comfortable with the situation and wouldn't speculate about when he might jump back into the starting saddle.
"Who knows. Like I said, I don't want this to be about me. It's us," Bridgewater said. "We're sitting in a good position right now, pushing for the playoffs, hopefully home-field advantage or something like that. So we can't take the attention away from that. We're playing great football and I pray that we can continue to just keep getting better."
Bridgewater was asked if there was any frustration or angst about not playing despite being healthy.
"No. I'm just taking it one day at a time. Continuing to be a great teammate, motivating the guys. We're playing great football right now. What else could you ask for?" he said.
For Bridgewater that means waiting in the wings until called upon.
"Whatever happens, happens. It's all a part of God's plan," he said.