It's interesting to see how they fair when you remove the easy screen passes. Bridgewater's 78% completion percentage comes from picking apart defenses in the 1-20 yard range where you need to read coverage and understand complex route systems. 6-15 yard passes are the bread and butter of NFL offenses and that's where he's at his best. Those are the routes defenses can't take away without risking the deep ball.
The blitz beater numbers are also a huge plus. If he gets protected, defenses are going to be punished for sending more rushers. That's a great catch-22 to throw at them. If you sit back, he picks apart your coverage in intermediate routes, and if you blitz he makes you pay.
On the flip side, this chart reinforces the concerns with Carr and his ability to handle pressure.