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Report: 49ers called Panthers about Teddy Bridgewater


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44 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

Albert Breer was one. Bill Voth and Darin Gantt, who both not only report on the Panthers but are employed by them, have also acknowledged that the pursuit of Stafford happened.

I'd add that unless you're in your mid-fifties or older I've likely been watching the NFL since before you were born. I have no trouble forming my own opinions.

My opinion of Bridgewater is that he's best suited to be a backup.

You have to do better than he said, he said, he said. Where are the links of these Panther employees acknowledging a trade offer to the Lions.

If you are truly able to form your own opinions, then you wouldn't regurgitate the opinion of so many amateur opinionaters about Teddy being more suited to be a back up when Two general managers and three coaches installed him as a starter. 

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1 minute ago, Breakpoint4510 said:

You have to do better than he said, he said, he said. Where are the links of these Panther employees acknowledging a trade offer to the Lions.

If you are truly able to form your own opinions, then you wouldn't regurgitate the opinion of so many amateur opinionaters about Teddy being more suited to be a back up when Two general managers and three coaches installed him as a starter. 

His current general manager and head coach are looking at dumping him.

And just to be clear, two, three, four or more people can independently come to the same conclusion.

My conclusion that Bridgewater is a backup at best came from my own eyes, not someone else's mouth.

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4 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

His current general manager and head coach are looking at dumping him.

And just to be clear, two, three, four or more people can independently come to the same conclusion.

My conclusion that Bridgewater is a backup at best came from my own eyes, not someone else's mouth.

Sure more than person can independently come to the same conclusion. You just don't seem to be in that group by the way you pass along rumor and innuendo. No worries, because conformation bias, and conventional wisdom seems to be the norm around here.

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50 minutes ago, KSpan said:

Ah yes, claiming the views of people that disagree with you are actually based on their personal dislike of someone/something else and not the objective and verifiable facts and observations they've offered. The last bastion of the deluded, willfully ignorant, and/or shameless internet troll.

All you have to do is just keep posting and the hate will seep out like a bad body odor. You know like insinuating that Teddy had some undefined physical limitation because he is not a run first quarterback. 

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16 minutes ago, Breakpoint4510 said:

Sure more than person can independently come to the same conclusion. You just don't seem to be in that group by the way you pass along rumor and innuendo. No worries, because conformation bias, and conventional wisdom seems to be the norm around here.

Yeah, that's me 😆

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30 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

His current general manager and head coach are looking at dumping him.

And just to be clear, two, three, four or more people can independently come to the same conclusion.

My conclusion that Bridgewater is a backup at best came from my own eyes, not someone else's mouth.

That's in addition to the 3 that already came to the same conclusion that he was not starter material. Hell, dude got traded to leave rookie Sam Darnold and Josh McCown on the roster before his first preseason with the team even ended. Guess it was just more hate and blindly following narratives.

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12 minutes ago, Breakpoint4510 said:

All you have to do is just keep posting and the hate will seep out like a bad body odor. You know like insinuating that Teddy had some undefined physical limitation because he is not a run first quarterback. 

Where does this nonsense even come from? Like, literally no one has said a thing about running in this thread. Your ability to create strawmen and craft BS from thin air, regardless of whether you truly believe it or are just trolling, is borderline impressive.

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1 minute ago, KSpan said:

That's in addition to the 3 that already came to the same conclusion that he was not starter material. Hell, dude got traded to leave rookie Sam Darnold and Josh McCown on the roster before his first preseason with the team even ended. Guess it was just more hate and blindly following narratives.

Feeling the love already.  

Oh by the way. The Saints gave up a third round pick for Teddy, which happened to be their first pick in that draft. Two years later the Panthers signed him for three years, so whatever you are trying to say, you are failing badly, along with wearing that foul stench of hate.

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21 minutes ago, Breakpoint4510 said:

Feeling the love already.  

Oh by the way. The Saints gave up a third round pick for Teddy, which happened to be their first pick in that draft. Two years later the Panthers signed him for three years, so whatever you are trying to say, you are failing badly, along with wearing that foul stench of hate.

After making what you are intimating was such a large investment and seeing Teddy's QBing firsthand, the seemingly cap-proof Saints let him walk even with old man Brees teetering on retirement and a surefire starting spot opening up, opting to keep an older wanna-QB and sign Jameis instead. Interestingly, Hill was on pace this year to throw for as many TDs as Teddy did for the entire season... but that's surely coincidence.

Teddy was perhaps then too scared of Mitch Trubisky to sign in Chicago. Mitch did win 2 more games as a starter and passed for more TDs while starting 6 fewer games this year... but that's also surely coincidence.

Either way, Chicago and Carolina appeared to be the only teams willing to entertain him as a starter and the contract that Carolina offered was a clear 2-year tryout. Teddy may not even make it that far, which leads us to this conversation and your assertion that everyone just 'hates'.

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50 minutes ago, Breakpoint4510 said:

All you have to do is just keep posting and the hate will seep out like a bad body odor. You know like insinuating that Teddy had some undefined physical limitation because he is not a run first quarterback. 

He is not a run first or pass first QB. 

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Who is this dude? This is hilarious. It is what it is. Bridgewater is just not a good QB. 15TDs in a career year is dreadful. Not to mention he had almost as many INTs. Teddy doesn’t have a clutch gene in his body and he doesn’t own up to anything. Never seen such a below average player blame everyone but himself. He’s delusional. He was never good to begin with. Saints made him into fools gold and unfortunately we bit. Taysum Hill even looks serviceable in that offense. Just move along now.

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41 minutes ago, Breakpoint4510 said:

Find that link to the he said trade rumors yet? I'll give you ten years to find it.

It doesn't take that much effort.

There's a pretty extensive discussion of it here.

And if you want the word from Gantt, it's pretty easy to find on the team site.

The Panthers were mentioned in recent reports about trading for quarterback Matthew Stafford for one simple reason -- they were involved in the discussions.

He adds this...

The Panthers will be mentioned in reports about other quarterbacks this offseason for one simple reason -- they will be involved in the discussions.

 

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Just now, Mr. Scot said:

It doesn't take that much effort.

There's a pretty extensive discussion of it here.

And if you want the word from Gantt, it's pretty easy to find on the team site.

The Panthers were mentioned in recent reports about trading for quarterback Matthew Stafford for one simple reason -- they were involved in the discussions.

He adds this...

The Panthers will be mentioned in reports about other quarterbacks this offseason for one simple reason -- they will be involved in the discussions.

 

I appreciate you doing this, but you are wasting your time with this guy. 

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