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Welcome to a New Series and with a little help of @jake5morgan Helping me do This, Top 10 Plays of the ‘18-19 Season. Plays will be featured are mainly Iconic and Game Changing Plays!
Coming at #10 is Teddy Bridgewater’s First TD since 2015
It’s Week 17, in a Meaningless Game against the Panthers the Saints have clinched the First Seed in the NFC and Sean Payton decides to Rest His Starters.
Teddy Bridgewater tore his ACL and other Structural Damage to his Knee he would be out for almost 20 Months. He was clear for the ‘18-19 season before it started he signed a one year deal to the Jets and was Traded to the Saints in week 3 of the Pre-Season he made his debut against the Redskins and had his first start since 2015 in Week 17, throwing his First TD in almost 3 Seasons to Trequan Smith
Carmelo Anthony is looking to make his return to the NBA and according to league executives, it is "most likely" Melo will join forces with LeBron James and Anthony Davis.
On Tuesday, SNY.tv's Ian Begley reported that the Los Angeles Lakers are the favored destination for Carmelo Anthony. This comes after it was believed Melo would rejoin the New York Knicks and finish out his career as a veteran role player. But with Kevin Durant still on the fence about his free agency, and the Knicks' inability to swipe AD away from New Orleans, Anthony is looking to join a more championship-ready squad. The Knicks have also cooled their interests in Carmelo. Instead of searching for role players, New York is solely focused on winning the tug-of-war with Brooklyn as the favorites to land both KD and Kyrie Irving.
If Anthony ends up signing with the Lakers, it's likely he'd be reunited with former teammate J.R. Smith. This week, it was reported that the Cavs were looking to trade Smith to a team that would likely waive his contract. Once he becomes a free agent, it is assumed that J.R. Smith will join the Lakers. The addition of himself and Anthony to Los Angeles would be a two-way reunion for Smith. Not only did he win a championship in Cleveland with LeBron, but Smith played with Melo in Denver and New York before being traded to the Cavs.