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QB Sam Bradford - Minnesota Vikings

6-4, 236Born: 11-8-1987College: OklahomaDrafted: Round 1, pick 1

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2017 Week 5 vs CHI (5 / 11 / 36 / 0 / 0 pass, 0 / 0 / 0 rush)

Bradford was supposed to come back and relive his magic from week one against the Saints. However, he looked more like he should have spent another week on the bench recovering. Bradford was slow all night and had no mobility in the pocket. Bradford was sacked four times and lost 35 yards on the night. The offensive line is a weak spot for the Vikings, but Bradford did nothing to help out in escaping the pass rush. The last sack before Bradford being pulled came when his center was pushed straight back into him and he fell without being touched by the defender. Bradford's status for next week is uncertain but he clearly reaggravated his knee injury and is trending towards not playing against Green Bay.

2017 Week 1 vs NO (27 / 32 / 346 / 3 / 0 pass, 2 / -3 / 0 rush)

Bradford looked like an elite quarterback behind a completely retooled offensive line. The starting unit did not have a single snap together before today, not even in the preseason. Bradford was only sacked one time and was able to pick on rookie corners and a Saints defense that was supposed to have been rebuilt. Bradford found Thielen on several crossing patterns for big gains and was lights out on third down. Bradford found Stefon Diggs for two of his three touchdowns and his big tightend to seal the victory. Bradford methodically moved the Vikings down the field and seemed to lead almost every receiver perfectly so they could run after the catch. The best play of the night came on Diggs acrobatic catch from the two-yard line late in the second half. Bradford put the ball up in the air where only Diggs could come down with it for the Vikings second touchdown. Bradford to Thielen was the connection of the night as the duo connected on 9 of their 10 attempts for 157-yards.

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