Sam Bradford just put up one of the more impressive rookie seasons for a quarterback in the history of the NFL.
With his 3,512 yards passing, 18 TD, 15 INT, and 60 percent completion percentage, Bradford proved that he is the real deal even with a less-than-stellar group of receivers.
He broke Peyton Manning's mark for completions in a season by a rookie, with 354 of his attempts reaching receivers. He also set a rookie record for most attempts without an interception, going 169 passes between picks.
At the end of the day, he put up one of the most impressive seasons by a rookie in NFL history and set a benchmark for future success despite not making the playoffs as a rookie.
With some help, either from the NFL Draft or free agency, Bradford could be leading this team to the promised land sooner rather than later.
First, let's take a look at how Bradford's rookie year stacks up against some notable quarterback rookie years.