According to ProFootballTalk.com, some NFL scouts are worried that Teddy Bridgewater won’t be a good NFL starting quarterback.
Physically, however, the thinking by some is that Bridgewater simply lacks the attributes necessary to make him one of the rare men who can be starting quarterbacks in the NFL. Bridgewater isn’t particularly big, he’s not particularly fast, his hands aren’t particularly large, and he doesn’t have a particularly strong arm in comparison to other starting quarterbacks.
He’s also viewed by some as a player who won’t take control of an offense. The young quarterbacks who have thrived right away have that trait; they take over immediately, and it’s undeniable that they deserve the job.
It’s troubling to me that Bridgewater can’t throw an accurate pass without wearing gloves. Other then that there no NFL prospect is flawless. He’s going to have to prove that he belongs when he gets his shot and he will get a shot at some point.