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Old 09-14-2013   #21
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...is at Kentucky on ESPN right now.
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I become less impressed with Bridgewater as I watch more of him. He floats the ball entirely too much, doesn't zip it in as often as you would like. That works against terrible completion, like Kentucky, but those passes are going to be contested/intercepted in the NFL. He makes some good throws, but they are rarely contested by the defense. Most of his throws are to pretty wide open guys. He's tough to evaluate, because they literally play nobody this year. This Kentucky game is arguably their most difficult matchup of the season, and Kentucky is arguably the worst team in the SEC.
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I tuned in to this game based on this thread, gotta agree with the above poster, wasn't impressed in the slightest.
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Default Central Florida upsets Bridgewater

Wow wished I had watched this one. Central Florida beats undefeated Louisville 38-35.

Bridgewater 2 TDs 326 yds
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Default Re: Central Florida upsets Bridgewater

I watched the into the point that the game was 28-7 in favor of Louisville. Brdigewater had made several NFl level throws and CF looked over matched.

BTW, Louisvile has a couple of silly good safeties.
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I watched the game. Louisville is/was highly overrated.

Bridgewater looks pretty good, but he isn't #1 overall good.
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Default Re: Central Florida upsets Bridgewater

What about the QB from CF? How'd he do? He's a "sleeper" prospect right now but he might start getting on people's radars if he had a good game. Here's a quote from Daniel Jeremiah at NFL.com:

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Bortles is one of the most underrated players in college football. The strong-armed junior quarterback rarely hears his name mentioned among the top guys at the position, but he is playing very well this season. He'll have a chance on Friday to get everyone's attention, as the Knights go on the road to take on eighth-ranked Louisville and its star passer, Teddy Bridgewater. So far this season, Bortles has thrown nine touchdown passes and just three interceptions. He has outstanding size (6-foot-4, 230 pounds), a strong arm, and enough athletic ability to extend plays.
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Default Re: Central Florida upsets Bridgewater

The game will be re-aired on EsPN @ 2am
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Default Re: Central Florida upsets Bridgewater

Bridgewater was sharp this game. One of his best of the year against a pretty good defense. Louisville is just Louisville though at the end of the day. A good team that can compete with anyone on any given day, but not good enough to dominate week in a week out. Turnovers and some other mistakes killed them.

I don't know if there is a clear and consensus #1 pick right now, but he made some big time throws tonight to me. He's a more accurate and better deep ball passer than Geno Smith. I hate making that comparison, but they have pretty similar arm strength and similar mobility. Bridgewater has better pocket presence than Geno did this time last year though. I would say Teddy's a top 5 pick no questions asked IMO. He's one of those guys that just gives you the sense that you can trust that he's going to constantly work to improve and get better. That's the type of guy I want as a franchise QB. Not a finished product, but when he's on he has pinpoint accuracy.
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I thought surely we had a Teddy thread but I guess not.

He's playing now against Cincinatti. He just threw a short completion that was turned into a TD after the run after catch.
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that's all you need to know about the guy.

He will never win a superbowl because of this.

We've been through the ringer with Carr and Schaub.

I dont think the fanbase can survive a cross dressing QB bust.
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Um, what the hell?
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Sounds like a good student to me.

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ill be flicking over during the texans game to see how his going
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No harm done then.

He threw an almost pick earlier. The TD was a semi tight window, although not really.
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No harm done then.

He threw an almost pick earlier. The TD was a semi tight window, although not really.
Yea tried to do too much on the near pick. Was surprised he threw it because he's been really good this year with taking care of the ball and throwing it away in those situations. The 3rd down pass was off too. Very tight window and he almost hit it. Ball was a little low though.
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Doesn't throw well running to his right.

Doesn't throw well running to his left.....hhmmm

Looks uncomfortable when rolling out to pass.

Gloves off, Gloves On, almost fumbles the snap

Another rollout to left, pass high and behind WR.

Takes a sack in RZ on 3rd DN. FG

INT w/ 1:00 min left

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Yea tried to do too much on the near pick. Was surprised he threw it because he's been really good this year with taking care of the ball and throwing it away in those situations. The 3rd down pass was off too. Very tight window and he almost hit it. Ball was a little low though.
Yeah, only 3 picks on the year.
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Hey Boys and Girls, Greg Blair could be a solid option for a mid draft ILB.
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