Top 10 Teams for Teddy Bridgewater to Sign With in 2020Teddy Bridgewater has had an up and down career. Injuries seemed to be a consistent problem. Nobody expected him to play when he signed with the Saints, but when Drew Brees missed a few games due to injury, Bridgewater played spectacularly. There are many teams in search of a quarterback, some of whom may not be able to acquire one in the draft. Here’s some teams who should consider signing Bridgewater.
The Top Ten
Josh Rosen isn’t it. Even though they are probably going to take a quarterback in the draft, bringing in an experienced veteran to guide the rookie is always beneficial. Plus, if they didn’t have to take a quarterback in the draft, they will be able to take another great player who could help this franchise win.
After Jameis Winston became the first quarterback to through 30 touchdowns as well as 30 interceptions under Bruce Arians, it became clear that something had to change. Arians loves quarterbacks, and Tampa Bay has plenty of weapons for Bridgewater to access.
Even if Tom Brady’s doesn’t leave, age will (most likely) catch up to him at one point in the near future. I don’t think that any other quarterbacks on the Patriot’s roster is capable of leading their franchise into the playoffs. Bill Belichick and Bridgewater would be a combination worth seeing.
Mitch Trubisky went from a pro bowl quarterback to the laughing stock of the league in one year. If this trend continues, then who do they turn to? Bringing in Bridgewater would force a competition, which usually brings out the best in both quarterbacks.
I don’t know what they’re going to do about Philip Rivers, but the point is that they need a better quarterback. I think that if the Chargers attack this offseason right, they could find themselves in the playoffs again this year.
I know they have Sam Darnold, but anyone who saw this team play last year could argue that a quarterback competition would be a good thing.
Remember last season? If Roethlisberger is rusty or just getting old, or he gets hurt again, the Steelers don’t have a quality option at quarterback. Bridgewater is young, and might be able to rejuvenate this team.
If it’s true that they’re moving on from Derek Carr, then they’re in need of a new quarterback. The Raiders looked promising at the end of last year, and are going to try to build on that.
One very plausible move is that the Saints sign Bridgewater to a long term deal. Brees won’t be around forever. And Bridgewater already knows the system that they Saints use, and has seen success in it. There are plenty of weapons, and a great potential for a playoff push.
They’re going to take Joe Burrow, but like I said about Miami, bringing in a veteran couldn’t hurt.