An unequivocal, 100% yes.
An unequivocal, 100% yes.
I'm a Bradford supporter. I was also a Pat Hayden, Jeff Kemp and Tony Banks supporter.
It does not matter if we're supporters. The only people who matter are. Jeff fisher and Les Snead.
look what turned up!
I consider myself a supporter of Sam Bradford. BUT....
I do get frustrated when I see him taking too long to get rid of the ball. I don’t blame this totally on a poor wide receiving corps - after all there have been players that have left this franchise who Sam has thrown to that have shown they are good when elsewhere.
I appreciate that our o-line hasn’t always given him the best protection but for me another area that he needs to improve on is feeling pressure in the pocket and moving to give himself vital seconds.
I guess my main disappointment with Sam is that after three years I now don’t believe that he is the type of quarterback who will drag this team to a Superbowl win as the main man (Elway, Peyton M, Brees etc).
I do however believe that he is looking very capable of becoming a top ten quarterback and regularly managing the game well enough to make us a consistent winning team. We have to keep building a better team around him and if his progression grinds to a halt then the pieces will be in place for his replacement in a few years.
Drag this team to a superbowl. Do not feel any quarterback in the league right now can do it with the Rams this season. But as the team develops I do believe Bradford has the talent to do it.
Very few QB's in the league can make the throws with the accuracy as Bradford has. I believe the Rams will be one of the most dangerous teams in the league next year. As they develop and plug a couple of holes on both sides of the ball they now have the talent and the coaching to not only challenge the division but win it.
So when do we get the follow-up installment to this thread, "Are you a Craig Dahl supporter or not?"
ADDENDUM from post #58 as shown in following paragraph with bold letters...
"I also herein asseverate that my personal support shall continue to the extent that the aforementioned player, Sam Bradford, will keep improving his performance statistics as well as the respect and support from his fellow team players and coaches so as to lead to a production that clearly favors the team's chances of winning regular season games beginning with the 2013 NFL season in which performance from the rest of the offense is also expected to improve".
So be it. :ram:
2013 ... The year of the Ram / Sam. :eek:
Remember, folks... if you can't be an athlete, be an athletic supporter.