Found September 25, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:
PLAYERS: Sam Bradford
TEAMS: St. Louis Rams
The first pick of the 2010 NFL Draft, and former NFL Offensive Rookie Of The Year, Heisman Trophy winner Sam Bradford has found himself in the under-deliver category, particularly after not managing to get his St. Louis Rams into the end zone during four quarters of play last week in Chicago.
After a stellar season in 2010, much was expected of Bradford and his career with the St. Louis Rams, unfortunately since that first season things seem to be falling apart. The 2011 season saw Bradford injured and on the sidelines for the most part, a place he was familiar with when he suffered an AC Joint sprain and later a shoulder injury requiring surgery during his final season with the Oklahoma Sooners while in college.… Read more
  • Please use the rookie QB before we go to far in the season and see Bradford throw more terrible balls to his receivers or cannot get the ball to them
  • Bradford is worthless. Not good at all
  • the rookie showed us he can move and throw why wait until we,re 1 and 12 to make the switch we need a winning season and we all so need a offensive front line that can protect our captian bears front 4 had there way with you,it was awful,defense you guys are looking great but i know its hard when your quarterback isnt doing his part i will always support my home team,but at least do something so i dont want to change the channel and watch mickey mouse with my daughter
  • For all us who have been a Ram's Fan over the years, know about Jim Everet, vs 49er's, the phamtom sack, just fall to the ground when he heard footstep, and while in the end-zone. Sam is a weak player, in and out of the pocket.Get no 9 in he is a Vince Fergammo.

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