Teddy Bridgewater - Draft Stock

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    I hope Teddy goes late in first round to a good or at least decent team. I like Teddy and would love to see him NOT have to play right off the bat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ESPNdeux View Post
    See I'm not a Louisville fan, but I don't get this. Turn on the tape. That guy picked teams apart. And that was with a shaky (at best) line.
    He is tough to evaluate. He had an awesome feel for the game and that was evident, but half of the time it always seemed there was no person within 15 yards of the guys he was throwing to because they were so superior in talent... especially this season. A lot of that had to do with him, obviously, in his ability to move defenders. People also cooled on Bridgewater this year after the UL loss, the title hopes shot, and frankly UL just underwhelming all year long with the preseason hype. And he was part of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugatti View Post
    He is tough to evaluate. He had an awesome feel for the game and that was evident, but half of the time it always seemed there was no person within 15 yards of the guys he was throwing to because they were so superior in talent... especially this season. A lot of that had to do with him, obviously, in his ability to move defenders. People also cooled on Bridgewater this year after the UL loss, the title hopes shot, and frankly UL just underwhelming all year long with the preseason hype. And he was part of that.
    How bout when they beat Florida in the sugar bowl?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ESPNdeux View Post
    How bout when they beat Florida in the sugar bowl?
    It was a great performance no doubt, but people act like he threw for 450 yards and 5 TDs. He was 20-32 for 266 yards, 2 TDs and 1 INT. What was most impressive in that game was not how he performed, but how he responded when getting knocked under the chin. The moxy and leadership is what stood out to me in that game.

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    I'd love to see what his numbers would look like if he had played for someone besides Charlie Strong. *ahem* Petrino *ahem*

    The Watson/Strong playbook rarely called for pass plays longer than 10 yards. They weren't exactly stat padders in Louisville the last few seasons.

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