• Teddy Bridgewater wants to go first overall too

    Summary of 9 articles · Updated Feb 25, 2014
    Teddy Bridgewater Quarterback, Louisville Seven. 80 percent. "I feel that I’m the best quarterback in this draft," Bridgewater said. “The biggest thing I think is my accuracy,'' Bridgewater said. Bridgewater said he doesn't really pay any attention to the amount of attention he's getting. Hence, the Raiders already met with Bridgewater and likely will meet with several more, if not all, of the top quarterback prospects before the combine ends next week. Described by Mike Mayock of NFL Network as the “most ready-to-play NFL-style quarterback in this draft,” Bridgewater seems to get overlooked in the various conversations about the likes of Johnny Manziel and Blake Bortles. The worst part about having the No. 1 overall pick is using it.
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