Again, I disagree that certain players who have the "swagger" you talk about, always have it from day one. I watched every game Drew Brees played in San Diego, and he did not have the ability to carry the Chargers on his back the first few years he was is the league. He worked, learned, and developed into that kind of player. IMO, Bradford is well on his way to doing the same.
All this swagger talk is an attempt of throwing sh&@* on the wall and seeing what sticks cause they have nothing.
Bradford has all the tools and when he and the players get more comfortable in the system along with more talent the RAMS offensive unit will continue to improve.
Not going to happen overnight nor do I want it tooo. Us Rams fan want to see this process develop so it will stick for awhile instead of a flash in the pan.
Now what do you all have to say about my assesment of Bradford? Where are all the comments now? I don't know how you fix this but I liked the play of Bulger way better. Not even close. Bulger didn't have a line either.
Phil Simms called the last game and said, Sam does a nice job of holding the ball trying to give his receivers a chance to get open. He said it like, man this guys is risking his neck to help these slow receiver get open. Not like he can't get through his progressions and does not know where to go with the ball.Quote:
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Bradfords main problem is he holds on to the ball to long, which says to me he's not making the reads.
Think about it do you really think Sam is lost out there and just does not know where to go with the ball?
Phil Simms would know how the progression of a qb... I truly believe this is not a Bradford problem...
This team id fraught with so many short comings ......Bradford is the least of the issues.