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Anatomy of a Play: Blidi Wreh-Wilson ends the Panthers threat

Touchdown Wire logo Touchdown Wire 10/30/2020 Mark Schofield
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Carolina Panthers quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has played solid football this season as a new starting quarterback. However, he made a decision and throw at the end of Thursday night’s loss to the Atlanta Falcons that in hindsight was rather curious. The Panthers trailed by eight with just over a minute remaining, and facing a 3rd and 6 in Atlanta territory Bridgewater took a chance in the vertical passing game, forgoing some better options available to him.

It did not end well.

In this video breakdown we’ll work through the context of the moment, the thought process from the quarterback, and what might have been a better choice for him in the end:

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