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Old 01-28-2014   #1345
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Default Re: Teddy Bridgewater

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Originally Posted by kingtexan View Post
I am sure those players would have never succeeded without the awe inspiring knowledge of CW.
You are so misinformed. Weinke never flourished in the NFL no, but he was a 4th round pick and never had super high expectations in the NFL anyways...he wasn't even drafted until he was 28 years old and came onto a Panthers team that was a complete wreck to begin with.

If you knew anything you would show the guy some respect as a football player because even after passing on his first offer from FSU, he chose to play Triple A baseball for 6 years. Then after playing baseball he came back to football, won a heisman and battled through a very severe neck injury. Very few people can be successful players in the NFL, doesn't mean they don't know football and can't have a passion for teaching and nurturing young players.

Weinke even said himself he far more enjoys being a coach and mentor than he ever did being a player, and he has been very successful with his academy at IMG...so it seems like a guy who has found his calling. So stop the childish hate and move on, you are only making yourself look worse.
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