Teddy Bridgewater isn't getting any love from NFL teams, according to a senior NFL Draft analyst.
The NFL Draft quarterback prospect is quite an understated man and as a result he is an underrated player.
It seems that his lack of publicity may be affecting his draft stock, with insider Albert Breer admitting that teams are not in love with Bridgewater, as they only like what he can do.
This feeling is shared by the majority of commentators across the league, and Breer believes that this lack of love for Bridgewater could mean he falls down the draft board.
"Been asked why I see Bridgewater falling. This is it -- Hard to place him. I know a few teams that like him. Tough to find 1 that loves him," Breer posted on Twitter.
There always used to be a saying in the NFL that 'the tape never lies'. This phrase was coined in relation to how you measure the quality of a QB draft prospect.
However, Bridgewater seems to have confounded this with his average pro day costing him, after which the media castigated him.
Breer doesn't agree with this notion though. He added, "Media perception of TB > Teams' perception MT @jgrover1533 @AlbertBreer What happened to "Tape never lies"? Bad pro day and now he is trash?"