Sam Bradford-hater Eliot Shorr-Parks:
After watching Bradford struggle for the majority of last season, and throw 14 interceptions in 14 games, it should be clear that what we see from the veteran quarterback this offseason shouldn’t mean much when it comes to trying to be optimistic.
Bradford is in many ways the perfect practice player, as he can sit back in the pocket knowing he won’t be hit, and pick apart defenses that aren’t game planning or allowed to be physical.
While Bradford has a strong arm and a great football mind, it is the physical part of the game that has always held him back, whether it be his inability to escape pressure or his inability to stay healthy. Those weaknesses can’t be highlighted during practice.