Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater scored a 20 on the Wonderlic test at the NFL Scouting Combine. The average score for a quarterback is 24.

Footballguys View: We’re not worried about this. Bridgewater has arguably the highest football intelligence of any QB in this draft class. The Wonderlic consists of 50 questions fairly generic in nature and must be answered in 12 minutes. For context, some of the highest Wonderlic scores in NFL Combine history came from Ryan Fitzpatrick 48, Alex Smith 40 and Matt Leinart 35. None of those three has become a star in this league.

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