Sam Bradford/Chase Daniel/Carson Wentz wouldn’t be the worst QB situation in the sport if everybody understood his role and was playing nice. But Bradford is throwing a hissy fit, not content with a one-year starting job that he can use as a jumping-off point to bigger, better and more expensive things. He seems to think his original $50 million contract coming out of college was based on merit, not being the best prospect in a down year that just happened be the final one without a rookie salary cap. Daniel knows better than to bite the hand that is feeding him about $10 million too much, so he’s playing the good soldier. Wentz will too, even as it becomes more likely that people start clamoring for the Eagles to say “forget it,” and throw him to the wolves in Week 1.