Dec 28, 2013; Orlando, FL, USA; Louisville Cardinals quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (5) is surrounded by photographers after the Louisville Cardinals beat the Miami Hurricanes 36-9 to win the Russell Athletic Bowl at Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium. Mandatory Credit: David Manning-USA TODAY Sports

Teddy Bridgewater Struggles During Pro Day


Looking at the different reports on Teddy Bridgewater today, it doesn’t seem like he is having a good performance in his Pro Day. It sounds like he is having a tough time out on the field and he could slide even further down the draft. Here are some of the reports from twitter:

Bridgewater was expected to be the most Pro ready quarterback in the draft and also was expected to be the top selection in the draft, but he could be sliding down team’s draft boards with this recent performance at his Pro Day.

Teams will look at his tape again to make sure they didn’t miss anything. He will be an interesting player to watch during the NFL Draft.

The way things are running at this point, it reminds me of what happened with Geno Smith last season. Smith was a player that had the potential to be selected at the top of the draft, but when the draft was completed, he slid all the way to the second round to the New York Jets. Could Bridgewater make that much of a slide as well. There are a number of teams that could use help at quarterback and Bridgewater is supposed to be one of the best in the class. It is not looking pretty at this time.

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  • 65yt

    Does it really matter if he is first or tenth? Does he make more money for being first? I thought he was judged on the first day of the regular season. Just asking. I still think he will make the NFL.