Sam Bradford Must Be the One for the St. Louis Rams: 2010 NFL Draft

April 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the draft a little more than a week away, all indications are Sam Bradford will be the next starting quarterback for the St. Louis Rams.
Bradford, standing at 6'4" 236 lbs, has the height and the size to be a starting quarterback in the NFL.
After completing 62 of his 63 passes—the one incompletion being a drop—Rams General Manager Bill Devaney was very pleased with what he saw.
However, Devaney must temper his excitement with the reality that not only is drafting a "hot prospect" quarterback a risk, drafting said quarterback No. 1 overall is no guarantee of success.
Now Bradford's personality doesn't extrapolate out to Ryan Leaf bust type levels, but let's not crown him the next Peyton Manning just yet.
Bradford will have a learning curve ahead of him, and the fans must be patient with him as he goes through the struggles every rookie quarterback is going to go through.
Whether or not he'll start, if drafted obviously, remains to be seen...

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