Bradford is tricky. Because he deserves to be a starter somewhere, just not for a team that thinks it's going to do anything.
And teams that don't think they're going to do anything aren't going to want to invest in a guy like him because they know this.
Part of it is just how hardcore great quarterback play has broken the game. You used to be able to contend with a guy who is a few ticks above average like Bradford. You just can't do that with the way the league is anymore.
The Rams paid all this money to Cook and traded up for Tavon and can't find either guy. You mean you can't even run a screen or slant or drag with one of these guys and get them into space? Their offense looks like 4 WR's running 5 yard hitch routes.
Originally Posted by Scott Wright
I guarantee that if someone picks Cam Newton in the Top 5 they will regret it.