Brees had more years and much more experience in the NFL before that game. So you'd have to admit thats an apples an oranges comparison (Brees as a Saint to Bridgewater as a Viking), or give me the excuse as to why a more experienced QB would look like that?Except Brees has a track record of being a very good QB pre- Saints to the point we gave him $10m a year for 6 years. TB was average in Minnesota and has shown nothing the last 2 games. I love who he is and his attitude is contagious and I want nothing more than him to be our future but at this point it’s safe to say we need to be looking. I will go back on the record and say like I did in the draft, we should have traded for Josh Rosen.
Rosen is not better than Bridgewater. Giants, Redskins and Broncos didnt want him and all 3 needed a QB. Anytime you see an offensive minded coach pass on a QB, its usually a sign the QB isnt good. Kirk Cousins is one example. Many here wanted him and that guy sucks as a starting QB. He can put up stats but he is a loser. Just on Monday Night football he is 0-7. 4-24 vs teams with a winning record.I will go back on the record and say like I did in the draft, we should have traded for Josh Rosen.
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