- Jan 20, 2008
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Just what I heard. Brees came back last week cause how well TB was playing and didn't want to be benched. I know crazy. But I truly believe he will replace Brees. Just my opinionHe thinks he's the heir apparent to Drew Brees.
They might have even told him as much.
No idea how much longer Brees will play.
Even if N.O. told him he would get the starting job when Brees retires, and he is still in N.O. when that happens, I can't see him starting there for more than one season.
He is kidding himself if he thinks the Saints are going to settle for Teddy Bridgewater after 14+ years of Drew Brees.
They will be looking to replace him with another superstar QB immediately.
If he sticks around, I think he will too.Just what I heard. Brees came back last week cause how well TB was playing and didn't want to be benched. I know crazy. But I truly believe he will replace Brees. Just my opinion
Call me crazy...if there is any chance to get teddy. I do it. And i'm not a putz...no high draft picksIf he sticks around, I think he will too.
But after being spoiled by Brees for all these years, I think it will be a very short time before they are looking to replace Bridgewater.
Great post.With 3 different 1st round picks, we can find a reasonable QB selection. We can also wait until later rounds to pick a QB.
We may or may not have Fitz next year. Even with Fitz and Rosen, we will need another QB. No use splitting the fine hairs when history says there is only about a 50-50 chance on getting a successful franchise QB with any high draft pick and there are likely to be some unknowns who can become good picks lurking in the later rounds.
The more I see with what the front office and the coaches have done to date with this team, the more satisfied I am with what they are likely to do in the draft and free agency. I'm curious to see who they draft, when they draft them and the results we get from those players at the end of the 2020 season.
Maybe its just me, but "20-20" sounds like a good year for clear vision and success in the draft.