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NFL Playbooks and offensive systems are intricate and familiar to whoever installs it, but for those who have to learn, it’s not easy. They have their own terminology, thought process, and history that a quarterback must own to be successful. In his first season in the NFL, Sam Bradford set the record for most completions by a rookie in NFL history, which helped earn him the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award. Bradford had three separate coordinators since 2010 and his promising start turned into an inconsistent mess. However, for the first time in his professional career, Bradford  saw a familiar face when he returned for OTAs. For Bradford 2013 brings a different experience as he enters his second season working with offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, "The day Sam walked back into the building [this offseason] we started making adjustments," Schottenheimer said, via Mike Sando of  ESPN. "We are a thousand years ahead of where we were last ye...
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