Breer: Teddy Bridgewater Has A Low Ceiling But A High Floor

May 7, 2014 4:17 PM
Breer: Teddy Bridgewater Has A Low Ceiling But A High Floor
" BOSTON (CBS) – The NFL Network’s Albert Breer called in to the Toucher & Rich Show Wednesday morning to discuss the upcoming draft, with round one slated for Thursday night.

Breer got in-depth with the most intriguing part of this year’s draft: the quarterback position. There is no surefire no. 1 overall pick like an Andrew Luck this season, and Breer believes that these signal-callers will be hurt by the 2011 Draft.

He pointed out that of the top 16 picks in that draft, 12 have already made the Pro Bowl. Three of the four players that haven’t were quarterbacks. Breer believes that this will make teams less likely to reach for a quarterback if there are still talented position players on the board.

Breer believes that this will hurt Teddy Bridgewater more than anyone, who Breer thinks may fall all the way to the second round "

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