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Old 12-31-2013   #436
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Default Re: Teddy Bridgewater

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Originally Posted by thunderkyss View Post
What I don't understand is how guys will drop their shorts & are ready to have Bridgewater's baby after seeing a play like that, but hate on Johnny Manziel who makes that play look effortless.
Because Bridgewater makes that play only when he has to. The rest of the game he's standing tall in the pocket, facing down the blitz, and delivering strikes. Exactly what he's going to have to do in the NFL. Manziel makes that play 20 times a game because his game is primarily dependent on that kind of improvisation. Like you already stated, that doesn't fly in the NFL.
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