Shout out to MOOSERAM13 for this post in the comments of the Safeties article.
Hey guys, I know this doesn't belong with this post but may be inspiring to read anyway; In the fourth quarter this season, when the Rams are down by no fewer than 7 points or ahead by no more than 7 points, Bradford has completed 31 of 43 passes (72 percent) for 374 yards, 4 touchdowns and 1 interception. His passer rating of 119.7 in "clutch" situations ranks fourth among NFL starting quarterbacks. In the 4th quarter and overtime at San Francisco on Sunday, Bradford completed 14 of 19 passes (73.7 pct.) for 126 yards, 1 TD and nine first downs passing. On third down vs. the Niners, Bradford completed 8 of 12 passes for 102 yards and picked up seven first downs. In the 4th quarter and OT this season, Bradford ranks 3rd in the NFL (behind Peyton Manning and Matthew Stafford) in ESPN’s advanced Total Quarterback Rating (QBR). Cloud nine gets all the publicity, but cloud eight actually is cheaper, less crowded, and has a better view.
Dont give up on him yet guys ,signs of life. I get the feeling that this team really just needed to allow Bradford to become a leader. The new regime has done that by cleaning house of most of the vets and now Bradford is the vet. I was listening to Brian Stull last night on espn 101. He was talking about how it's painfully evident that Bradford is the leader of this team now, as opposed to years prior. Fish has instilled his confidence in Brad and he is responding. Stullie went on to say that last year was nothing like this. Stullie emphasized that he had been away from the team since last year really, and in that short time frame Bradford has grown into his leadership roll. He spoke of how it was plain to see just by watching Bradford interact with his teammates and give instructions that he is comfortable in that role and it's nothing pretentious about it. Im paraphrasing of course but guys, i'm actually starting to believe that this guy is going to grow into the real deal, and not a game manager. All we need him to be is top 15 to be good in the future in my opinion but he's showing that might be underestimating him a bit, i'm thinkin top 10 now. I think his newfound confidence will lead to him taking more chances on the field, which to me, is the only thing separating him from putting up monster numbers. Once this kid starts taking chances, with his accuracy, he'll begin to develop quicker than any Rams fan could hope for. This my friends, is start of something special. Fuck RGIII, we are about to build a dynasty, or least a playoff team for the next 10-15 years. Thank you Les/Fish, the RAMS ARE BACK!!!!!!
By the way, this is my first fanpost and I've been addicted to the site for about three years now....