The Rams Will Rally Around Sam Bradford and Play Good Football

August 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Its halfway through preseason.
The Rams' starting quarterback, acquired during the preseason, has been injured.
The team will now have to rely on a new quarterback with little experience.
Where have I heard this story before?
Okay, so its not 1999, and we can't presume that Sam Bradford will have the kind of impact that Kurt Warner had in that magical year.  Still, there is something familiar about this story.
There is something to be said about a leader who receives his trial by fire, rather than being handed an opportunity on a silver platter.  Bradford will have to take the reigns of a very young team and never look back.
Here are a few things he can learn from Kurt Warner.
Recognize and Rely on Your Best Asset
Just as Kurt Warner had an elite running back to serve as his wingman, Sam Bradford has Steven Jackson.  Jackson will be his best friend.  If Jackson does his job, Bradford will face 3rd and 2, rather than 3rd and 8....

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