Bradford plays with less offensive talent than any good quarterback in the National Football League, and his offensive line is an embarrassment to the game of football. I get all of that, but enough already. No more excuses, okay?
It's time for Sam Bradford to start playing like a franchise quarterback.
The St. Louis Rams lost to the Arizona Cardinals in overtime by a score of 19-13 on Sunday on a punt return by rookie Patrick Peterson. Steven Jackson ran hard, the Rams' D played awesome football, and Sam Bradford made his return to the lineup after missing two games with a high ankle sprain.
Make no mistake, though, Sam Bradford did not play a good game.
At best, Bradford looked very rusty in his first game back. At worst, Bradford looked shell shocked, holding the ball too long and taking too many sacks.
Here are five plays that Sam Bradford should have made during this game.