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Old 03-17-2014   #2137
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Default Re: Teddy Bridgewater

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Originally Posted by LikeMike View Post
People who love Bridgewater believe, that these 3 things are just about the most important things for a QB - and if you look at recent busts, it usually has something to do with either football IQ, his drive or his inability to deal with pressure.
Like I said, Bridgewater fans seem to believe he has an uncanny ability in these three areas... & none of the QBs at the college level come close. He is the only QB who made adjustments, calls, & audibles at the LOS. He is the only one who stood tall in the pocket, or navigated the pocket with finesse. & nobody else even looks at game film, or study the play book, or know where all his receivers are going to be.



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People who don`t like Bridgewater don`t like his size and frame - and maybe some mechanical problems. And they are scared, that his lackluster competition didn`t expose his weaknesses. To me, a guy with his stats (and the extremely low number of INTs and fumbles, great completion percentage and a guy that has had his best games against the best competition is worth a long hard look...
They've all got "great stats" But Murray, Mettenberger, & McCarron played in their pro system, studied their playbooks, watched defensive film against SEC competition. Yards, TDs, INTs... those numbers are more a symptom of their situation. Look at percentages & ratios & these guys (I'm not sure about Mettenberger) performed at a very comparable level to Bridgewater, against better competition.
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