The biggest development in Sam Bradford’s game of late has been the deep pass. His performance on short throws has been roughly the same as it was earlier in the season.
Where Bradford has improved the most has been on deep throws. This was where the great Foles-led offense of 2013 made most of its hay, and it was a big struggle for Bradford earlier in the season. He had the sixth-worst success rate of the 32 passers with the most deep attempts earlier in the season. Over the past six weeks, he has the second-best success rate, 60 percent.
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