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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Don’t believe, ask the St. Louis Rams. While experts and pundits are bashing and criticizing Sam Bradford on a daily basis, NFL Network’s Mike Silver and Ian Rapoport are reporting that the Rams think Bradford is a franchise quarterback, and would love to get an extension done.
So it sounds like Bradford, for as bad as he’s been, holds some cards. I’m not sure Bradford is smart about waiting for a new deal.
Bradford is trying to pull a Joe Flacco and bet on himself. The question now becomes, is Bradford good enough to make a bet like that?
Bradford is 16-28-1 as a starter, but the Rams love him.
“We have decided that Sam Bradford is our guy. If they came to us and wanted to do a contract extension right now, we’d do it in a minute,” Demoff told Silver.
Bradford’s deal doesn’t run out until 2015. He’s due $27 million over the next two seasons, which is a lot of money for a mid-level starter.-NFL.com
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Judging by the puzzled look on Sam Bradford's face, someone might need to get him a translator to read the Rams' playbook.
Not many people are sure what’s up with Sam Bradford or the St. Louis Rams.
From the looks of things on Thursday night, Bradford is not sure, either.
The Rams signal caller was literally left shaking his head as the San Francisco 49ers torched the Rams 35-11 in the opening game of Week 4, and not even the provision of a notebook full of printouts could help Bradford deduce what...
St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford had a disappointing night against the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday Night Football losing 35-11. Bradford struggled against the 49ers defense completing only 19 of 41 passes, fumbling the ball and was sacked five times for a loss of 32 yards. In the second quarter Bradford was on the sidelines attempting to solve the riddle that is the 49ers...
By Shaun DePasquale (@ShaunDoesDraft) Few could have imagined back in 2010, when Sam Bradford was the apple of the NFL’s eye, that three years later, we would be looking at the Rams QB and the #1 pick of the 2010 NFL Draft as an unmitigated bust. But after the Rams 35-11 clunker of a loss […]
Sam Bradford is a decent NFL starter but hasn’t lived up the contract of a former first overall pick (pre-rookie cap), so it’s no surprise that Bradford would rather wait a year or two before discussing a new deal, however the Rams front office appears confident enough in Bradford that they apparently won’t be looking to go another direction and wouldn’t be opposed to talks...
Ian Rapoport and Mike Silver are reports that the St. Louis Rams are willing to sign QB Sam Bradford to a contract extension right now.
Rapoport mentions that the Rams view Bradford as their franchise quarterback, but he is apparently in “no rush” to renegotiate his current deal.
Rapoport adds that Bradford may hold off on contract talks until 2015, depending on how he performs...
Sam Bradford and the Rams looked atrocious in a 35-11 loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday night in St. Louis. Getting picked in the 49ers’ end zone minutes before halftime, the 25-year-old Bradford finished 19 for 41 with a touchdown. Prior to the drubbing, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport said that St. Louis is “willing to re-do Sam Bradford’s contract now.” Taken first...
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Say this for Sam Bradford, he was the Rams offense tonight. Say this too: the Rams offense was not at all good tonight.
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When the NFL was drafting the 2013 schedule, this game probably seemed like an easy choice for the Thursday Night Footall spotlight; two teams with stock on the rise led by young quarterbacks with arguably elite potential. Instead this game will feature a couple of 1-3 teams coming off of blowout losses. To put last week into perspective...
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