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Old 02-03-2014   #1481
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Forgive my ignorance, but why do you feel that way? Why would anything that happens to Denver influence Houston? Before the Super Bowl the Texans needed a QB. After the Super Bowl the Texans still need a QB.
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I think what people forget is that the Ravens won that game because their defense prevented SF from scoring a TD with 1:50 left in the game.

Defense won that Super Bowl too (hard to say that with a combined score of 65 points). If the Ravens D had allowed that TD, the NFC West could have won back to back Super Bowls & the Ravens would have had money to resign some of that talent.
That is not what people mean when they say defense wins championships.
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That is not what people mean when they say defense wins championships.
The defense team that kept Ray Lewis out of prison?
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Teddy Bridgewater Wraps Up 2014 NFL Draft Plans And Signs With A Sports Agent

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Most of the 2014 NFL Draft prospects have already signed with football agents. The main holdout was former Louisville Cardinals quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, who decided to leave school early in order to follow his dream of becoming a starting QB in the National Football League. After weeks of speculation surrounding Bridgewater’s choice of representation, the Cardinals QB has finally made his decision. He has hired NFL Players Association Contract Advisor Kennard McGuire.

McGuire is the President of MS World LLC and has represented many popular NFL players since retiring from the NFL himself after a knee injury in 1989. The former New England Patriots wide receiver has since represented wide receivers Andre Johnson of the Houston Texans, Brandon Marshall of the Chicago Bears and Jacoby Jones of the Baltimore Ravens, among others. McGuire’s client list is not full of quarterbacks, which may have been something that Bridgewater valued — he will not have to compete for attention or worry that McGuire will be conflicted in the representation of multiple players at his position...
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  • Teddy has the ability to play in a multitude of offensive alignments schemes. An offensive-minded coach could utilize him in a traditional under center offense; kick him back to the pistol, shotgun and give some zone-read looks. Bridgewater is a chameleon that is a natural pocket passer with athletic traits.
  • The former Louisville signal caller uses his eyes well to look off safeties and create lanes. He scans through his progressions smoothly, unlike most college prospects that click through them like a 1980s water sprinkler. He also uses his body mechanics well enough to create confusion with defenders.
  • Bridgewater does a lot of play action from under center and is a natural thrower on the run. His velocity and anticipation is at its best on 7 step drops from center. He also sees an increase in velocity on throws when his momentum is taking him forward, whether to the left or right.
  • Teddy B “Can turn out the lights” on a defense with his touch passes from 25 yards and in. He has some of the best feet in the pocket that I’ve seen on a college prospect in the last decade+ of me evaluating college athletes. He manages to keep his eyes downfield while weaving around the trash in the pocket.
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  • My biggest issue with Teddy is his throws on “Go” routes of 30+ yards. He poorly throws these passes and seems to guess with spot locations. He can’t rely on these “vicinity” throws in the pro game and just rely on his receivers to make a play. He also tends to lob these passes as he trusts his touch more than ropes on deeper throws.
  • Bridgewater has a nasty habit of sailing passes high. This inconsistency has to stop or he’ll lead the league in RCO (receivers carted off).
  • When Teddy is lined up in the pistol he has a tendency of staring down slants and throwing them flat-footed. Inside / middle linebackers will routinely jump these at the next level.
  • On occasions Bridgewater adds a looping motion in his throws which elongates the process. It’s few and far between. It’s probably a non-issue as it should be coached out of him rather quickly.
  • He needs know when to make touch passes and when to add zip. He makes a lot of risky throws due to playing it safe with touch passes instead of adding some heat on it.
  • Bridgewater trusts his ability to escape pressure too much. He takes unnecessary sacks instead of getting the ball off, due to his believe that his natural athleticism will get him out of a bad situation. If he can’t avoid these rushes in the AAC, he has to know that he won’t be able to in the NFL.
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I agree he is going to the right receiver, but not making the right throw. This can be coached up much easier than the guy who does not know where to go. He needs to trust his arm more and use his lower body to drive.
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Reminder that this guy has a Hall of Fame vote. "What? Andre Johnson? But he never even broke 100 touchdowns!"

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Reminder that this guy has a Hall of Fame vote. "What? Andre Johnson? But he never even broke 100 touchdowns!"

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I think what people forget is that the Ravens won that game because their defense prevented SF from scoring a TD with 1:50 left in the game.

Defense won that Super Bowl too (hard to say that with a combined score of 65 points). If the Ravens D had allowed that TD, the NFC West could have won back to back Super Bowls & the Ravens would have had money to resign some of that talent.
Despite the fact, that I don`t think the "defense wins championship" argument applies in this game - of course a good defense is important. And of course a great defense can be the main force in winning a championship.

But there is one big important thing: a defense consists of 11 players plus their subs. You can`t get a great defense by drafting one player. And if you look at the Seahawks team, you can get great defensive players in the later rounds.

Now a QB is only one player - but he is by far the most important player on a team. I would argue, that the QB position is about 10x more important than the next best position. So drafting one player at QB can change the whole dynamic of your team.

And don`t forget, that it is close to impossible to get a good to great QB in FA or via trade. Yeah, it happens, but it is rare and you need to be lucky. Now, you can almost always pick up great defenders.

That is why drafting a QB should be the priority. Of course we have to be sure, that he might be a franchise QB and of course we shouldn`t take one, that we don`t believe in. But when you have the chance to fix your QB position you do it, even if superior talent is available.
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Pffff and right on cue TT's own pro analysts spew the "Peter King doesn't know anything" crap. Nauseating.
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Pffff and right on cue TT's own pro analysts spew the "Peter King doesn't know anything" crap. Nauseating.
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That is why drafting a QB should be the priority. Of course we have to be sure, that he might be a franchise QB and of course we shouldn`t take one, that we don`t believe in. But when you have the chance to fix your QB position you do it, even if superior talent is available.
I believe finding a franchise QB is a priority, however I don't believe that means we have to use the 1st overall selection to draft a QB, especially if you do not believe one guy has separated himself far above the others.

Some people believe Bridgewater is that guy, I don't.

I believe this is a really good QB draft, but in terms of quantity, not quality. Pre-combine it looks like a bunch of late 1st early 2nd round QBs. Picking any of them earlier does not make them better.

I want the best QB of the bunch & if that's Bridgewater so be it, but overpaying for him is not going to help this franchise get to where we want it to be. We took Carr, should have taken Peppers, even though our need for a QB was just as real then. We took Travis Johnson instead of Roddy White. We didn't improve our pass rush, run defense, our receiving corps, or our QB's production.

We've got to get better at assessing a player's value, if we're ever going to get true value out of our players; like Seatle, or New England. There are deals to be had in every draft, we've got to stop making it easy for the other teams to make them.

Maybe Bridgewater can separate himself with an exceptional combine...... but I don't see it.
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Despite the fact, that I don`t think the "defense wins championship" argument applies in this game - of course a good defense is important. And of course a great defense can be the main force in winning a championship.

But there is one big important thing: a defense consists of 11 players plus their subs. You can`t get a great defense by drafting one player. And if you look at the Seahawks team, you can get great defensive players in the later rounds.

Now a QB is only one player - but he is by far the most important player on a team. I would argue, that the QB position is about 10x more important than the next best position. So drafting one player at QB can change the whole dynamic of your team.

And don`t forget, that it is close to impossible to get a good to great QB in FA or via trade. Yeah, it happens, but it is rare and you need to be lucky. Now, you can almost always pick up great defenders.

That is why drafting a QB should be the priority. Of course we have to be sure, that he might be a franchise QB and of course we shouldn`t take one, that we don`t believe in. But when you have the chance to fix your QB position you do it, even if superior talent is available.

We should only take a QB if we are sure but since we have the chance to fix the QB position we should do it even if superior talent is available?

I'm so confused

Coincidently, the last defensive player in Clowney's stratosphere was Suh, who went No. 2, behind Sam Bradford -- a player Bussell feels is the closest recent comparison for Bridgewater. So far, Bradford has underwhelmed while Suh, despite occasional lapses in judgment, has proved to be one of the most disruptive interior players in the league. In other words, Detroit seems to have gotten the better end of that pair of selections.
Clowney possesses the type of talent to make any team who passes on him look inept.


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I believe finding a franchise QB is a priority, however I don't believe that means we have to use the 1st overall selection to draft a QB, especially if you do not believe one guy has separated himself far above the others.

Some people believe Bridgewater is that guy, I don't.

I believe this is a really good QB draft, but in terms of quantity, not quality. Pre-combine it looks like a bunch of late 1st early 2nd round QBs. Picking any of them earlier does not make them better.

I want the best QB of the bunch & if that's Bridgewater so be it, but overpaying for him is not going to help this franchise get to where we want it to be. We took Carr, should have taken Peppers, even though our need for a QB was just as real then. We took Travis Johnson instead of Roddy White. We didn't improve our pass rush, run defense, our receiving corps, or our QB's production.

We've got to get better at assessing a player's value, if we're ever going to get true value out of our players; like Seatle, or New England. There are deals to be had in every draft, we've got to stop making it easy for the other teams to make them.

Maybe Bridgewater can separate himself with an exceptional combine...... but I don't see it.
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I believe this is a really good QB draft, but in terms of quantity, not quality.
Not sure how having a lot of crap adds up to anything really good. You can pile it as high as you want and it is still crap. Quantity means jack when you need one of quality.
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