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Stats: 7-for-21, 141 yards, two touchdowns and one interception
Sam Bradford's poor performance was overshadowed because the St. Louis Rams were able to pull off a win against the Arizona Cardinals.
He only managed to throw for 141 yards, and 67 percent (95 yards) of those yards came on two passes. The fact is, the Rams really won this game because of the play of their defense; it's tough for a team to win when its quarterback completes less than 35 percent of his passes.
To be fair, Bradford doesn't have the type of weapons needed to open up the offense. His top targets include Brandon Gibson, Austin Pettis and Chris Givens. Nobody in this group is capable of consistently winning one-on-one matchups.
However, a quarterback needs to complete more than seven passes in a game. There's plenty of high school quarterbacks across the country that surpass that number on a weekly basis.