Teddy Bridgewater Responds to Fan's Music Video, Shows Up for Birthday

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistMay 26, 2016

You miss 100 percent of the shots you don't take, so even if it appears to be a long shot at best, don't be afraid to take a chance.

Six-year-old Obadiah wanted Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to come to his birthday party—so he came up with a way to try to convince the NFL player to show up. His method? A song.

It's important to note that Bridgewater saw each of those videos and retweeted them. It was clear the fan had the quarterback's attention.

To make an even better case, Obadiah also took the time to create a full-length music video:

How can you say no to that?

The video made its way to Bridgewater, and from there, it was all about making Obadiah's birthday one to remember. The Vikings star took some time out of his offseason to help the youngster celebrate his big day:

To commemorate the occasion, Bridgewater made a cameo in a "Thank You" music video:

What a great story.

[Twitter, YouTube]

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