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QB Sam Bradford - Free Agent

6-4, 236Born: 11-8-1987College: OklahomaDrafted: Round 1, pick 2010

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2018 Week 3 vs CHI (13 / 19 / 157 / 2 / 2 pass, 0 / 0 / 0 rush)

After two poor games to open the season, this week against Chicago got off to an ideal start with two early touchdowns. Bradford hit Christian Kirk on third down and capped a drive with a wide open Ricky Seals-Jones on a corner route touchdown. Minutes later and staked in scoring range from a turnover, Bradford hit David Johnson for another score. The offensive explosion was short-lived as Bradford had a sack-fumble on third down and then a sack on third down with the team on the edge of field goal range to thwart another drive. Bradford threw a long interception in the vicinity of J.J. Nelson and another turnover came on a low throw into double coverage. The turnovers continued with a lost fumble as Bradford uncharacteristically decided to scramble in field goal range. Bradford was benched in favor of Josh Rosen with four minutes to play and Arizona trailing by two points. Rosen flashed a few promising throws and Bradford's time under center may have ended with three straight uninspiring games to open the season.

2018 Week 2 vs LAR (17 / 27 / 90 / 0 / 1 pass, 0 / 0 / 0 rush)

Against the Rams was another game to forget for Sam Bradford in Week 2. Once again the offensive line and run game set up plenty of third-and-long situations, plus the game script was out of control early with a hearty deficit. Bradford was uncharacteristically inaccurate on a handful of routine throws also contributing to the team's offensive futility. The first half saw Arizona struggle to stay on the field for more than three offensive plays at a time with the second half not substantially better, even with garbage time in the fourth quarter. Bradford's third down situations were difficult overall with long yardage and typically early pressure from the Rams' formidable defensive front. Even when down by three scores in the second half, the play calling was conservative for Arizona and they struggled to produce anything notable down the field. The clock is ticking on Bradford as the starter if the offense does not improve in the coming weeks with first-round pick Josh Rosen the clear future of the position and the team off to an abysmal 0-2 start without being competitive in either game.

2018 Week 1 vs WAS (20 / 34 / 153 / 0 / 1 pass, 2 / 7 / 0 rush)

Bradford and the Arizona offense barely saw the field in the first half, both because of Washington's offensive efficiency and Arizona's own inefficiency, logging a mere 14 plays. Bradford's first half play of note was nearly throwing an interception on a slant route to Christian Kirk as the offense sputtered to 36 total yards. Bradford found more rhythm in the second half, delivering a long accurate throw to Larry Fitzgerald on a corner route for more than 25 yards and another deep out to Fitzgerald to get Arizona finally into Washington territory late in the third quarter. Washington playing prevent defense as the second half progressed with a big lead did play a part in Arizona finally moving the ball. Bradford's handful of successful throws downfield, however, was marred by an overthrow of a wide open Ricky Seals-Jones for an easy interception and an underthrow of Seals-Jones in the end zone in the closing minutes. To end the game, Bradford was stripped of the ball in the closing seconds. Without a notable deep threat, Arizona will need to see improvement from Bradford with intermediate and short route ball placement and see more receiver separation in the coming weeks.

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