You should too.
Jeff Fisher's new regime then backed Bradford despite holding every opportunity to bail. With Bradford coming off an injury-plagued sophomore slump and a much hyped Robert Griffin III coming in at No. 2, dumping the swooning Sooner would have been easy and justifiable.
Instead, the Rams turned their back on the rookie and backed Bradford. Then they did everything they could this offseason to put him in a position to succeed.
Bradford doesn't need a breakout season. He already had that while winning the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year award in 2010. He just needs to bounce back from his breakdown season in 2011.
Here are six ways the Rams have made sure that will happen in 2012.