Teddy Bridgewater is ready to leave Louisville and become a Jaguar


Teddy Bridgewater possesses every necessary skill to thrive as a passer in the NFL.

Outstanding junior quarterback Teddy Bridgewater led Louisville to a 30-7 victory over Temple Saturday in Philadelphia.

The 20-year-old Bridgewater finished 25 of 35 for 348 yards and two touchdowns.

Granted, Temple will never be confused with the 1985 Chicago Bears on defense.

Nevertheless, Bridgewater has now compiled 16 scores, against one pick, for 1,562 yards over five games.

Bridgewater’s blessed with a tremendous arm and has displayed pinpoint accuracy and great mobility in 31 contests as a Cardinal.

More importantly, the 2012 Big East Offensive Player of the Year is a natural leader who can quickly sense pressure in the pocket.

The 6-foot-3, 196 pound Bridgewater seems poised to earn the Heisman Trophy this December.

No matter what occurs in two months at the Best Buy Theater in Gotham, expect the 2013 Sugar Bowl MVP to declare for May’s draft.

After running from the “Derby City,” Teddy Bridgewater will relocate to “The Bold New City of the South” and become a Jaguar.

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