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Teddy Bridgewater likely on the outs in Carolina


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17 minutes ago, jdr6000 said:

What going to be funny is when Teddy goes to the Saints and beats the Panthers every year with their young QB.

Teddy? Is that you?

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18 minutes ago, jdr6000 said:

What going to be funny is when Teddy goes to the Saints and beats the Panthers every year with their young QB.

The word is not funny here, but wishful thinking for Teddy fans

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22 minutes ago, MHS831 said:

Based on Verge's list, the Panthers want the Anti-Bridgewater--an athletic mobile, strong-armed QB--a Cam Newton-type QB. 

Which is weird because last season it was all game manager style hype coming from in camp.

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57 minutes ago, MHS831 said:

Based on Verge's list, the Panthers want the Anti-Bridgewater--an athletic mobile, strong-armed QB--a Cam Newton-type QB. 

They want more than anything, the future. 

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25 minutes ago, jdr6000 said:

Nope. And you and all the haters have this nightmare scenario screwed into the back of their minds. 

That Teddy is will beat us? Teddy has never beaten anyone. He has been dragged to victory by more talented players.

Teddy can only “win” when the team around him is perfect or close to it. 
Saints: Top 10 defense, Top offensive line, WR and RB. 
Vikings: Top 5 Defense, a solid receiving core (Yet he only managed 15 TDs all season) and a prime AP

Cam dragged a 2017 Panthers to the playoffs with no name receivers, a rookie CMC and aging Stewart, no Greg Olsen for most of the season and struggling defense. 

2020 Cam had worse WRs and RB, missed a game because of Covid and had stats that were worse than Teddy yet still got his team to 7 wins. Mostly on his legs. 
 

Teddy could never put a team on his back like Cam and countless other franchise QBs have done. Teddy needs a team to elevate him, franchise QBs need to elevate a team. 
 

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1 hour ago, jdr6000 said:

What going to be funny is when Teddy goes to the Saints and beats the Panthers every year with their young QB.

Don’t worry he beat his self eight times in one score games this year

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