I wonder if the people saying Bridgewater had a terrible pro day even watched it. He was off target on a few throws, but most of them looked good. His receivers didn't do him any favors when they slowed down to locate the ball and then couldn't catch up to passes that were aimed for their original speed.
His workout was below average for a guy expected to go top 5, but was nowhere near bad.
Originally Posted by mussop
Since you are an anti pro day guy, when was the last time a QB had a below average pro day and was drafted in the top ten?