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Old 01-20-2014   #116
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Default Re: Bob McNair open to trading No. 1 pick

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Originally Posted by LikeMike View Post
There is one thing that makes Bridgewater special in my opinion - and that`s his football IQ. It was called savant-like before, and it sounds a lot like Manning. Bridgewater is elite at reading defenses presnap, rarely makes mistakes with the ball and usually hits the right guy. He is constantly in the film room or studying gameplans.

I feel like a lot of QBs fail despite having all the physical tools because either the game is too fast for them (with too many things going on) or they lack motivation to put in all the work needed. Both of these things should be no problem with Bridgewater.
OMG, elite at reading college defense? Might want to wipe your upper lip, you have a kool aide mustache....

Bridgewater, Manziel, Bortles, so on is elite at NOTHING until they step onto a NFL field.

there are allot of players coming out of college with "high football IQ" but until they get on the field and prove it, they are nothings....
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