Hey, Tonestradamus, here's some secret videotape on the guy who could be your team's next quarterback.
In a season of amazing college football plays, Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater added another one to the top 10 list.
He can sling it.
This 22-yard TD pass during Thursday's win over Cincinnati - thrown while both his feet were off the ground - to Damian Copeland will be seen countless times between now and the 2014 NFL Draft:
Bridgewater is a potential top pick in that draft. Bridgewater's next team could be the spy-crazed Houston Texans, who were losing their 11th straight game Thursday night when Bridgewater delivered his airborne touchdown pass.
The Texans tumbled to 2-11 after falling to the red-hot Jacksonville Jaguars 27-20. Jacksonville has the longest current winning streak in the AFC at three games. After Sunday's 34-31 loss to New England, Houston's Antonio Smith accused the Patriots of "spying" on the Texans because of half-time adjustments New England made in the second half.
The Jaguars must have Ed Snowden and a fleet of Amazon drones working OT for them since they've beaten the Texans twice in three weeks.
Bridgewater's TD pass was preceded by a wild 14-yard scramble on fourth and 12 during which he dodged two defenders in the backfield and carried another Cincinnati player for the last four yards.
By the way, Louisville won the Keg of Nails, 31-24.
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