Re: Teddy Bridgewater
I become less impressed with Bridgewater as I watch more of him. He floats the ball entirely too much, doesn't zip it in as often as you would like. That works against terrible completion, like Kentucky, but those passes are going to be contested/intercepted in the NFL. He makes some good throws, but they are rarely contested by the defense. Most of his throws are to pretty wide open guys. He's tough to evaluate, because they literally play nobody this year. This Kentucky game is arguably their most difficult matchup of the season, and Kentucky is arguably the worst team in the SEC.