And you think that's where the story ends, right? Wrong. Go back and watch the tape. You'll clearly see that, while they've slightly grown, Teddy's knees still haven't been able to match the circumference of a 6 year-old girl. Doesn't matter? Look at his throwing motion. It's decidingly unTebow-like. The flick of his wrist goes a full 10 milliseconds longer than average forcing the football to enter the basket at 108 degree angle, practically uncatchable from a targeted receiver, but unacceptably easy to intercept from an opposing cornerback.
Furthermore, I think this is the first footage that shows an issue with Teddy that was never overanalyzed, even in the pre-draft process: his short arms. They accounted for an approximate drop in velocity of 5kmph in this throw alone, further amplifying his accuracy issues. Which is going to be a huge problem considering how long he stared down his target. I can only imagine how this will be affected when he puts pads on. And he's not even throwing from full-court; he obviously takes a few steps inside and may even be at the free throw line when he releases the football. This is why this game film, while it looks impressive, only proves Teddy Bridgewater's future incompetence as a starting NFL quarterback. And because of this, like it or not, I've come to the conclusion -- if I was a GM in the NFL, I would not have taken him in even the fourth round of the draft.
Because I know exactly what this means.