Fantasy Football 2011 Week 2: Rams QB Sam Bradford Expected to Play in Week 2
Sam Bradford suffered a small injury to his right index finger this past Sunday, against the Philadelphia Eagles.
X-rays taken of the emerging young quarterback's finger came back negative, and Head Coach Steve Spagnuolo specified the injury as a bruise. WR Mike Sims-Walker was proud to boast about his quarterback's quick recovery on ESPN 101-St. Louis' The Bernie Show, in which he said that Bradford "threw the ball pretty well".
Bradford has told the press that he intends to play on Monday night. Even though Justin Tuck is expected to return for the Giants next week, starting Bradford next week is the smart decision unless you have a quarterback like Tom Brady or Drew Brees. The second year pro had a solid outing against the Eagles, despite earning the loss, so he should be able to handle the injured Giants.
The only problem is that his top playmakers, RB Steven Jackson and WR Danny Amendola, are both expected to be out due to injuries. Still, Bradford will have a stellar game on Monday night. Stay tuned.
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