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Mar 28

Go for Jake Fromm in the 2020 Draft. #contest


Edited: Mar 28

It is going to be a most somber day when the Saints have to move on from Drew Brees, and we pray that his successor can keep the Golden Age of New Orleans Saints Football alive. Many do believe that Teddy Bridgewater is the future. Saints traded a 3rd round pick for him just days away from kickoff, and also resigned him to a one-year deal (and will likely resign him next off-season). But it should not mean by any stretch of the imagination we are set. We should draft a QB to compete with Teddy for the starting job, and it needs to be a first rounder. Enter Georgia Bulldogs QB Jake Fromm. He is projected to enter the NFL Draft in 2020, along with Tua from Bama & Justin Herbert from Oregon, and he is in my opinion the real successor to Drew. In the film I have looked at so far, he has a lot of boxes checked off, good/great arm, above average mobility, good footwork, winner, good decision making, and tough competitor. I know Sean has clamored about Teddy and sees him as the successor, but there isn't a lot of options to choose from at the moment, and he can change his mind watching Fromm highlights.

It wasn't in the directions but I since added it. Use the hashtag #Contest in your title.


This will just help us differentiate contest submissions from other post. Thanks for your submission!

Mar 31

Don't know if teddy will resign if he isn't the starter next year... He wants to start and not have much for competition. (Why he almost went to the dolphins)

I've been trying to tell people Bridgewater is signing a new deal with the Saints after 2019 and he is the starter in 2020. He is from Miami. He didn't pass up playing in his hometown AND a bigger pay day to stay the backup in New Orleans for a few more years. He has to have had some assurances from the front office that it's his team in 2020.

He'll resign, but Sean isn't just going to let him have the job without someone competing for it. But also this, I'm not sold on Teddy being the future for the Saints. I think he's got certain intangibles (arm strength, mobility, accuracy [to an extent]), but it comes down to mentality. I believe he can get too conservative.

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