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Old 12-13-2013   #241
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No , there are no character concerns .... I don't question his arm strength either. He has a plenty strong enough arm. The only question I have is about his mechanics and accuracy when he is forced to put velocity on the ball , which he will in the NFL.



He's got plenty of arm , you watch him throw deep and even with the hitch in his release , its almost effortless .....



I don't have a horse in this race .... Bridgewater is the top prospect but isn't without his flaws. I've struggled over taking him #1 or a trade down scenario that nets you multiple #1 picks , I just cant make up my mind as he does have those flaws but this league is so QB driven , if you don't have a top tier QB , you go get one.


Derek Carr & Aaron Murray probably have the best mechanics in this draft and Zach Mettenberger isn't far behind .....Murray and Mettenberger both play more pro style offenses. Carr would be a difficult choice considering the history and the injuries to Mettenberger & Murry scare me. Really need to see how they look closer to the draft.
Whoever you take I think it's time to get some RZ weapons which to me means height . I also think Teddy's most underrated feature is his quick feet . His best comparison ... to me ... is a bigger Charlie Ward . Ward had the quickness to be an NBA PG . I would take Teddy because I think he can make his OL better by sliding or moving while scanning the field .

I also the LG is a bigger problem than RT because Smith and Jones = a speed bump . A QB can't step up because of the pressure up the gut .
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Just read on Twitter than he was contemplating staying in school.
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I hope for the Texans sake and my sanity if Bridgewater is drafted he doesn't turn into another Moon. I cant take many more Buffalo/Denver/Kansas City playoff choke jobs.
I would be absolutely delirious with excitement if Bridgewater turned out to be as good as Moon. Maybe him being an icon of my youth might have something to do with it, but if you get a guy as good as Moon on your roster you will be going to the playoffs a lot, especially now with how the rules are set for the passing game. I know Moon was pretty polished having played in the CFL for years before coming to the NFL and he had a crapload of PR work to do because of his skin color, but he's easily the best QB the Oilers/Titans or Texans have ever had.
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I would be absolutely delirious with excitement if Bridgewater turned out to be as good as Moon. Maybe him being an icon of my youth might have something to do with it, but if you get a guy as good as Moon on your roster you will be going to the playoffs a lot, especially now with how the rules are set for the passing game. I know Moon was pretty polished having played in the CFL for years before coming to the NFL and he had a crapload of PR work to do because of his skin color, but he's easily the best QB the Oilers/Titans or Texans have ever had.
Yep, having a future HOF'er here as qb would be pretty sweet
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Teddy Bridgewater Reportedly Considering Return to Louisville for Senior Season; LINK

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Louisville quarterback and potential top overall pick Teddy Bridgewater isn't a lock to enter the 2014 NFL draft. The highly touted prospect is reportedly still considering the option of returning to the Cardinals for his senior season.

John Middlekauff of CSN Bay Area, who's a former NFL scout with the Philadelphia Eagles, reports multiple sources have told him Bridgewater isn't totally sure if he's going to make the jump. One more season at Louisville remains a realistic option:

Interestingly, when pressed on why a top prospect like Bridgewater would consider giving up the opportunity to get selected with the top pick for another year in college, Middlekauff noted he's heard from people at the next level who don't think the Louisville product would go No. 1:
That would certainly change this huh?
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That would certainly change this huh?



Honestly I don't know if it does change things , If he wasn't going #1 , what does it matter if he doesn't come out .... It might affect trading the pick if there was a team who really wanted him and not one of the other QB candidates. But otherwise for the Texans , if he isn't there to take and they weren't going to take him anyhow .... it matters not.

I do think it somewhat justifies the statements many of us have made about his value at #1 overall if GM's aren't going to take him ....

If he isn't the #1 QB taken , who is ?!? Carr ?? Johnny Football !?! Blake Bortles ??!
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If he isn't the #1 QB taken , who is ?!? Carr ?? Johnny Football !?! Blake Bortles ??!
I wouldn't take any of those guys at #1. No Bridgewater means Clowney is the undisputed top pick IMO.
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I'm not seeing the logic here. Does he think he will be No.1 next year? His level of competition won't have changed.
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He's just waiting to make sure the Jags dont end up with the first pick.
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I'm not seeing the logic here. Does he think he will be No.1 next year? His level of competition won't have changed.
Level of competition isn't the only questionmark for Bridgewater , his mechanics may be the bigger question.

Most of us agree that if we were to draft him , we wouldn't start him out of the gate for whatever combination of reasons .... If he's not ready , he's probably better served staying in school and playing football than sitting on the sidelines. (But damn , its hard to pass up that big payday).

Is he the #1 overall next season ?! Probably not with Jameis Winston , Mariota and others likely coming out.


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I wouldn't take any of those guys at #1. No Bridgewater means Clowney is the undisputed top pick IMO.

I don't think that's set in stone .... There are a lot of red flags with Clowney , this season has been piss poor for him (3 sacks?!).
At least a couple other candidates for the #1 overall IMO starting with Matthews & Barr ... Maybe even Mosley who I think is the best "football player" in this draft.
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I don't think that's set in stone .... There are a lot of red flags with Clowney , this season has been piss poor for him (3 sacks?!).
At least a couple other candidates for the #1 overall IMO starting with Matthews & Barr ... Maybe even Mosley who I think is the best "football player" in this draft.
Every player has warts of some sort. Let's agree to disagree. IMO it's Teddy or Clowney at #1.
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I'm not seeing the logic here. Does he think he will be No.1 next year? His level of competition won't have changed.
Louisville is moving to the ACC next year by the way.
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I'm not seeing the logic here. Does he think he will be No.1 next year? His level of competition won't have changed.
Actually, it will.

He'll be in the ACC Atlantic next year, which means he'll play both Florida State and Clemson, mandatory. Also, Boston College, who has a very good coach and is on the rise. The level of competition will be much higher.

It actually makes as a bit of sense.
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Actually, it will.

He'll be in the ACC Atlantic next year, which means he'll play both Florida State and Clemson, mandatory. Also, Boston College, who has a very good coach and is on the rise. The level of competition will be much higher.

It actually makes as a bit of sense.
Is there a legitimate fear on his part that he doesn't become a top five pick, minimum? I mean, sure, if he stays then all aboard the clown car, y'all.
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Is there a legitimate fear on his part that he doesn't become a top five pick, minimum? I mean, sure, if he stays then all aboard the clown car, y'all.
Man if those 3 sacks get him drafted #1 overall .... ugh.
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Is there a legitimate fear on his part that he doesn't become a top five pick, minimum? I mean, sure, if he stays then all aboard the clown car, y'all.
Just looking at it overall, it may not be all about draft position. Maybe he really likes his coach Charlie Strong and his teammates. Maybe he wants to take this Louisville team further. Maybe not,
I don't know.

I'm only saying that staying for another year does make some sense.
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Man if those 3 sacks get him drafted #1 overall .... ugh.
Yep, it'll only be his sacks and not:

1) His rare combination of size and speed; or
2) His impressive 2012 year; or
3) The tape

It'll just be the three sacks.
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Man if those 3 sacks get him drafted #1 overall .... ugh.
Have you ever watched him play or are you basing everything on this years stat sheet?
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He's just waiting to make sure the Jags dont end up with the first pick.
The way we've played in 2013 he may just be waiting to make sure someone other than the Texans ends up with the first pick.
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A lot of us look at Clowney and have visions of Mario Williams II in our heads. Not a bad pick but ultimately never the player so many people thought (and said) he could be.
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