Sam Bradford was drafted first overall in 2010 by the St. Louis Rams. Bradford showed immediate promise his rookie season throwing 18 touchdowns to 15 interceptions. However, any optimism gained was immediately lost his sophomore season as Bradford slumped on the field and to add insult to injury tore his ACL.
Bradford bounced back in 2012, sort of, throwing 21 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. He kept it going for the first seven games of 2013 until yet again he tore his ACL. Then as soon as he was healthy the Rams proved they’d had enough and traded him to the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for Nick Foles. Let’s just say that didn’t work out too well for the Ram but I digress.
In 2015 Bradford stayed healthy throwing for 3,725 yards, 19 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. With a full year under his belt, I believe Bradford is primed to take the Eagles and their fans to new heights.
Sam Bradford will stay healthy for a second year in a row and pass for 4,000 yards, 25 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.
Update: Bradford is now a Minnesota Viking.