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Teddy Bridgewater vs. Joe Burrow scouting report

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2 hours ago, Moo Daeng said:

Why compare a career for Teddy vs a single year for everyone else? Teddy last year had a 99 rating in the offense we brought him in to play.

If I just used the years he was a full-time starter his stats are even more pedestrian so I included the totality of his career giving him the benefit of the doubt.

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This is really not a bad comparison physically and game play type.. So this is all on Brady then??

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3 hours ago, Moo Daeng said:

Why compare a career for Teddy vs a single year for everyone else? Teddy last year had a 99 rating in the offense we brought him in to play.

Yeah but also with much better overall personnel than he will play with in Carolina. 

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11 hours ago, LinvilleGorge said:

Ouch. I forgot about that cup of coffee with the Jets.

that cup o' coffee was why Robby Anderson was so happy to come to Carolina!  Teddy killed it that preseason.

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11 hours ago, FakePlasticTrees said:

His career stats and talents scream back-up QB. I think your name gives away your bias. I have no such bias. At the end of the day, I would love for your optimism to be rewarded.

I have my doubts based on the totality of his past results.

i'm not trying to be objective, I'm an advocate for Teddy Bridgewater.  I've watched virtually every game of his NFL career live, and i'm tellinya u can't judge him by his surface stats.  his performances even in those formative years were built around pressure performance.  increased QBR on 3rd downs, 4th quarter, clutch play that translates into wins.  Even shaking the rust off over the course of a month in New Orleans he still wins like he did his whole career.  This kid as a Pro Bowl sophomore stared down the Seahawks Super Bowl defense and lead a game winning drive in -25' degree weather, that was only nullified because the Vikings kicker missed a 27 yd FG.  Stats don't tell that story, other than the stat that he is the #1 QB in the history of the NFL as an underdog.  His entire career is built on being underestimated. 

I appreciate your intent to examine him, but stats (yds/TD) do not tell the story on Teddy.  And I know that once he starts playing and winning this year, you will be on board!

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11 hours ago, Teddy Time said:

i'm not trying to be objective, I'm an advocate for Teddy Bridgewater.  I've watched virtually every game of his NFL career live, and i'm tellinya u can't judge him by his surface stats.  his performances even in those formative years were built around pressure performance.  increased QBR on 3rd downs, 4th quarter, clutch play that translates into wins.  Even shaking the rust off over the course of a month in New Orleans he still wins like he did his whole career.  This kid as a Pro Bowl sophomore stared down the Seahawks Super Bowl defense and lead a game winning drive in -25' degree weather, that was only nullified because the Vikings kicker missed a 27 yd FG.  Stats don't tell that story, other than the stat that he is the #1 QB in the history of the NFL as an underdog.  His entire career is built on being underestimated. 

I appreciate your intent to examine him, but stats (yds/TD) do not tell the story on Teddy.  And I know that once he starts playing and winning this year, you will be on board!

At Louisville his nickname was GUMP. Great Under Major Pressure.

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