Should Sam Bradford be the Rams starting quarterback now? Is he the real deal?

  1. Ken R. Abell profile image81
    Ken R. Abellposted 7 years ago

    Should Sam Bradford be the Rams starting quarterback now? Is he the real deal?

  2. Powerful Pierre profile image79
    Powerful Pierreposted 7 years ago

    To answer this question appropriately one has to look at exactly what Sam Bradford (Oklahoma Sooners) gives the St Louis Rams and what team actions would require this drastic a move? I mean come on lets face it  just because the Rams hit the jackpot with Kurt Warner, will their fortunes be as great with an UNproven QB such as Bradford. From what I ve read about this kid, it is far too early to tell just what he can be!! Picked #1 overall in 2010 Draft by the Rams. He's 6'4" tall so he has a good height advantage over other teams defensive backs. He's not a kid that will be easy to knock around 234 lbs. of solid mass. He proved he can throw and command an offense at college level, but many of these kids just can't cut it in NFL the first year. Not everyone is a Warner or for that matter a Tim Tebow (and he's only a second stringer with Denver). CONCLUSION to early to tell!! He deserves a chance, what he does with it, we will see.

  3. coachb51 profile image60
    coachb51posted 7 years ago

    Absolutely Sam should be the starter. He has a quick release and throws the ball with the best of them. He has the states to back this up. If he keeps up at the pace he is on he will be in the class with the greatest of all time.

 
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