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    EDDY BRIDGEWATER
    28-36 - 78% - 264
    YD - 2 TD - 0 INT
    28 completions evenly spread among 9 receivers
    .3 L-O-N-G TD drives, another to 2 yd line
    10+ minute advantage in time-of-possession
    Surprisingly efficient scrambler



    Teddy's recent years' QB Efficiency ratings:
    96two years ago in New Orleans, 5-1 as starter
    92last year in Carolina going 4-11 as starter
    115 QB Rating yesterday

    Reminds me of what we were getting with "No-Mistake Jake" in 2005, but better.


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  • #2
    He looked good. Big part of why we won. Complete game by the team. No complaints. Hope Jeudy heals up soon.

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    • #3
      he showed why he won the job. the players trust him and he makes the right plays. exactly what this team needs to stay in and win games

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      • #4
        He was better yesterday. We'll see how he continues to play. If he plays like that all year with this defense, Broncos win 11-12 games

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        • #5
          He was the ultimate game manager, but made big time throws on 3rd & 4th down to extend the drive and score points. The term game manager was always used in a negative way, but shouldn’t be if the QB is scoring points and winning games. Steady Teddy was on full display yesterday, and it was glorious.

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          • #6
            Let revisit this week 5-6. It was promising to see his performance, but too many times I've got sucked in to something early in the season, only to watch the Broncos sputter and fall apart as other teams get their bearings.

            I think the running game is going to surprise this year. Defense was great as expected. causitouly optimistic about these Broncos.

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            • #7
              Count me in.

              I think we are getting the Saints version of Teddy, and not the Panthers version. The talent around him makes a big difference.

              Let's also give big props for the "big balls" shown by Fangio. Lots of trust to keep sending Teddy out there on fourth downs and it paid off.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by cmhargrove View Post
                Count me in.

                I think we are getting the Saints version of Teddy, and not the Panthers version. The talent around him makes a big difference.

                Let's also give big props for the "big balls" shown by Fangio. Lots of trust to keep sending Teddy out there on fourth downs and it paid off.
                Vic needed a September win, just to get that monkey off his back. He knows he's got a target on his back, so this season I expect him to be aggressive in some games that we will need to be to win. I like that, and with a coach that is win or done, its gonna be an exciting season.

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                • #9
                  I'm cautiously optimistic. He was extremely lucky quite a few times as even he pointed out. Let's wait to see how teams adjust

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Johnykbr View Post
                    I'm cautiously optimistic. He was extremely lucky quite a few times as even he pointed out. Let's wait to see how teams adjust
                    To be fair though, he was unlucky a few times as well. The Hamler drop and the Albert O fumble, for example.

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                    • #11
                      Yeah, very good game. It was a team win. Pretty good D with a more than adequate O. No big gaffes on STs. I especially enjoyed the straight up challenges Fangio posed with the 4th down efforts. Pick those up and that sows doubt in the losing team. Players enjoyed those moments, too. When you have the chance to let them wave the white flag, get out of the way! Giants were beaten in the 3rd quarter.

                      I have no doubts about the Jags or Jets games. More of the same. But as the team plays together it will get better. And I think the Raven's game will determine the post season status of this team. 4-0 into Pittsburgh and the playoff race will be on.

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                      • #12
                        Solid first outing. He performed better than I expected. I am still in the cautiously optimistic category.

                        I absolutely love our TE set right now.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Mozzafiato View Post

                          To be fair though, he was unlucky a few times as well. The Hamler drop and the Albert O fumble, for example.
                          That's fair. The Hamler pass was as good of a throw as there could possibly be. Perfectly placed. I don't blame him for the Albert O fumble at all. Now several of those shots down the sidelines were horrendous though.

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                          • #14
                            Very pleasantly surprised! đź‘Ť

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Johnykbr View Post

                              That's fair. The Hamler pass was as good of a throw as there could possibly be. Perfectly placed. I don't blame him for the Albert O fumble at all. Now several of those shots down the sidelines were horrendous though.
                              Hamler pass was underthrown but definitely should have been caught. My point on the fumble was that they lost a scoring opportunity with that turnover but yeah, that’s not on Teddy which I didn’t make very clear.

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                              • Mozzafiato
                                Mozzafiato commented
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                                I just watched a replay and that pass to Hamler was better than I thought. Underthrown just a little, but still a good pass that should have been caught.

                            • #16
                              Originally posted by Mozzafiato View Post

                              To be fair though, he was unlucky a few times as well. The Hamler drop and the Albert O fumble, for example.
                              Hamler had the best catch and worst drop of the game.

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                              • #17
                                Even though KJ dropped it. I would say it left a mark somewhere in the jumbled mind of the Giants' DC. Sometimes those plays have an effect on future opponents.

                                But that play did show the limits of the arm. I am happy with the 15 to 20 yard throws. With the receiving talent spread all over the field, they can confuse the h3ll out of DCs.

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                                • #18
                                  underthrown to Hamler just means Teddy needs to release the ball earlier

                                  had he thrown it earlier Hamler still drops it but it was right on target

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                                  • #19
                                    That one handed snag by kj a few plays earlier was a thing of beauty.

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                                    • #20

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                                      • R8R H8R
                                        R8R H8R commented
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                                        Mason is right here. He’s saying this directly to TBW. He’s not on a podium blowing bubbles to players because he has to.

                                    • #21
                                      Teddy has always been an A+ intangibles guy. It’s hard to be excited about him but teammates love him.

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                                      • #22
                                        How do some of these clowns even have blue checks let alone jobs…Peter has always thrown gutterballs.


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                                        • #23
                                          Teddy could probably be even more effective with a competent running game, something they didn’t have on Sunday.

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                                          • #24
                                            Going to hold off on anointing him as the guy for this franchise. It's his 5th team and he's always been a competent QB, but never great. I'm sure he can play us to a decent record, but I still don't think he's the guy to put this team over the top or make us legitimate contenders.

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                                            • Mozzafiato
                                              Mozzafiato commented
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                                              All correct IMO.

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