Found January 17, 2013 on STLSportsMinute:
Could you imagine if you had to deal with a different boss every year.  A different boss with a new set of rules and new set of guidelines on how you do your job. With guidelines on how much flare you need to wear.   Sam Bradford has had a new offensive coordinator each of his three years in the NFL with the St. Louis Rams. Brian Schottenheimer was being considered for the Jacksonville Jaguars head coaching job, but did not get it.  Rams fans have to simply be saying, “thank goodness.” Sam Bradford can now run the same offense for two consecutive years for the first time in his career. Some people would like to argue to bring back Pat Shermur, the Rams offensive coordinator in 2010, which was Bradford’s rookie year. They believe that it was Bradford’s best year.   The Rams strength of schedule in 2010 was 31st in the NFL and in 2011, it was 27th. During Bradford’s first two seasons, he was not facing the strongest of schedules.  Bradford’s numbers are as followed: SEASON GP C...
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