If you don't know what he's referring to then you don't deserve to, but in the interest of full disclosure...
And all the sudden, after approximately 24 hours of unforeseen uncertainty, a deal that was once thought to be imminent now appears to be signed, sealed, and delivered in a legendary fashion that makes a day's worth of anxiety a small price to pay. Learning of this news by scrolling across that tweet on my timeline legitimately got me excited for the Teddy Bridgewater era in New Orleans, as if...::knocks on wood::...it's not at least one season of Super Bowl contention away from coming to fruition.
To be honest, it's almost impossible to view what is basically just a one-year signing of an insurance policy who still has a lot to prove in a rational context. This is a case of Teddy Bridgewater blatantly pandering to Saints' fans on the anniversary of the most impactful day in franchise history, and - in doing so - drawing all the parallels that every last member of the Who Dat Nation has probably already pondered a dozen times over. A 32nd overall pick and former starting quarterback in his late 20's overcoming a career threatening injury, receiving a skeptical reception from the Miami Dolphins while on the open market, and choosing to put the fate of his future in the hands of Sean Payton and the New Orleans Saints? Teddy obviously isn't remotely close to Drew, but I'll be damned if the former didn't just paint a picture worthy of its own street-side mural of him walking in the latter's impossible-to-fully-fill shoes.
Of course, the date of Drew Brees' swan song has yet to be scheduled, so we could very well be having the same discussion next offseason, but that's not the point. The point is that the Saints took a calculated risk in trusting that their culture could make it pay off, and it did in a big way with Teddy Bridgewater having enough faith in and fondness for a franchise with whom he spent only a few months to spurn a starting gig. You don't turn down a bird in the hand for two in the bush if you don't love being a Saint, and you don't make a mention of the fatefully familiar set of circumstances that brought Drew Brees to New Orleans exactly 13 years ago without having some intention of putting your own personal spin on a sequel of sorts.
This decision speaks volumes of both the foundation and the collective personality that's been put in place in New Orleans. We'll see what the future holds, but you simply can't read that tweet from Teddy Bridgewater (and read into the good will of his $7.25 million being fully guaranteed) and figure it anything other than unbelievably bright until proven otherwise.