Found October 28, 2012 on Football Nation:
To those few who had the audacity to imagine that Sam Bradford could out-duel the great Tom Brady and his high power attack, try not to take it too hard. He's still got it and he's gonna keep on winning games. So stop dissing on that arm- he still looks like the quarterback who wins Super Bowls.Oh, and for the pundits who claimed that this game in London, England was not an important one- the Rams came into it needing a win to get them back into the NFC West race, and Bradford needed a good game to get back on track to becoming the quarterback the Rams drafted as a number 1 pick.And I also have to give props to Josh MaDaniels for calling a good game. It looked like a good mix between the run and pass, something which has been missing in recent weeks. Maybe he has earned a stay of execution going into the bye week. Good execution and playing with a lead always helps, too.But what happened to the Rams and a defense that disrupted opponents' passing games? Not only did they...
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