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#8 Sam Bradford, QB   Fantasy Football Injury Status   Probable - Knee
Saint Louis Rams
Height: 6'-4"
Weight: 224
Birthdate: November 8th,1987
Age: 26
College: Oklahoma
Year: 2010
Round: 1   Pick: 1
Owner: @Bryan_Fontaine on Roster - Offer a Trade
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Fantasy Analysis
Heading into 2013 it looked like the pieces were in place for an overdue Bradford breakout season. With no proven lead running back, the Rams promised to operate a "high-octane" aerial attack featuring Jared Cook, the electric Tavon Austin and Chris Givens. What did we get instead? A frustrating dink-and-dunk passing offense that squandered the talents of the team's speedy receivers. Although Bradford averaged a respectable 241 passing yards and two touchdown passes per game (seven contests played), the fifth-year pro padded his numbers during garbage-time in a few blowout losses. Bradford suffered a torn ACL seven games into 2013, which capped off the brittle quarterback's second injury-shortened season in the last three years. With two years left on his contract, the Rams' 2010 first-round selection is facing a make-or-break season. Bradford's knee surgery rehabilitation was on schedule, and he was expected to be ready for training camp. When Bradford was out of the lineup, the Rams successfully utilized a conservative Zac Stacy-led run-first offense, and some think that is why the team will dial back the throwing this season. The Rams have publicly committed to the 26-year-old Bradford as their starter for 2014, but his grip on the starting job looks shaky. Bradford is a low-upside fantasy QB2, and he likely will be on a short leash. If Bradford struggles, it wouldn't be a surprise to see proven backup Shaun Hill starting games later in the season.

Passing: 3000 Yards, 14 TD, 10 INT.
Rushing: 75 Yards, 0 TD.

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Week 6 - Probable - Knee

Saint Louis Rams Team Talk
It looks like the Rams picked him up in the draft this year for a reason. In college he was a beast at Vanderbilt. Playing on a weak team in the strongest conference may have helped him develop into an even better player. It sure will be something ...
We lost a heart breaker to the F-ing Cardinals tonight. Defense looked okay, they kept Wells and Fitzgerald from being huge. Bradford played ok for being out for two weeks and having a new receiver that he has barely thrown to as of yet. The ...
Do we take Luck and try and trade Bradford or try and trade out of that first pick.? Good God are we awful...
Don't know if any of you are left in the tank... but you know things are bad when you douse your coach in gatorade after beating the Lions in a meaningless regular season game. The good news is we have now won all the games we should have won ...
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