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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2013 10:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sam Bradford
When Blitzed- 980 Yards (6.1 Y/A), 50.9% Completions, 6 TDs, 5 INTs, 69.4 QB Rating (Sacked 15 times)
Under Pressure- 331 Yards (3.8 Y/A), 37.2% Completions, 1 TD, 3 INTs, 38.5 QB Rating (Sacked 31 times)
(Under Pressure on 20.2% of Dropbacks, Sacked 25.4% of the time he's Under Pressure)



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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2013 10:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

El ramster wrote:
Sam Bradford
When Blitzed- 980 Yards (6.1 Y/A), 50.9% Completions, 6 TDs, 5 INTs, 69.4 QB Rating (Sacked 15 times)
Under Pressure- 331 Yards (3.8 Y/A), 37.2% Completions, 1 TD, 3 INTs, 38.5 QB Rating (Sacked 31 times)
(Under Pressure on 20.2% of Dropbacks, Sacked 25.4% of the time he's Under Pressure)




That is horrible.
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I wonder, did Sam Bradford face the hardest defensive schedule of all time? If not, it has to be up there. Here's some information:
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Bradford played 7 of his 16 games came against top 10 scoring defenses. 5 of his 16 games came against the top 3 scoring defenses(4 against the top 2). Half of his game came against top 11 scoring defenses.

That's right, he played 1/4 of his games against the top 2 defenses in the NFL.

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jrry32 wrote:
I wonder, did Sam Bradford face the hardest defensive schedule of all time? If not, it has to be up there. Here's some information:
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Bradford played 7 of his 16 games came against top 10 scoring defenses. 5 of his 16 games came against the top 3 scoring defenses(4 against the top 2). Half of his game came against top 11 scoring defenses.

That's right, he played 1/4 of his games against the top 2 defenses in the NFL.


Yeah no doubt.. Plus Mia was stout when we played them..

It won't get easier with the NFC West next year.
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jrry32 wrote:
I wonder, did Sam Bradford face the hardest defensive schedule of all time? If not, it has to be up there. Here's some information:
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Bradford played 7 of his 16 games came against top 10 scoring defenses. 5 of his 16 games came against the top 3 scoring defenses(4 against the top 2). Half of his game came against top 11 scoring defenses.

That's right, he played 1/4 of his games against the top 2 defenses in the NFL.


Let's not forget that he wasN'T NOT sacked until week 16 and 17. Only two clean games he got all year. While our offense is underwhelming, I really thought they started to come along towards the end of the year. Some upgrades and continuation should only benefit this team.
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mozwanted wrote:
El ramster wrote:
Sam Bradford
When Blitzed- 980 Yards (6.1 Y/A), 50.9% Completions, 6 TDs, 5 INTs, 69.4 QB Rating (Sacked 15 times)
Under Pressure- 331 Yards (3.8 Y/A), 37.2% Completions, 1 TD, 3 INTs, 38.5 QB Rating (Sacked 31 times)
(Under Pressure on 20.2% of Dropbacks, Sacked 25.4% of the time he's Under Pressure)




That is horrible.


Chad you have a great QB.. Why do you care so much. We are all happy, After you get kicked out the playoffs and all you'll cry again.

Love you chad!
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2013 11:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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jrry32 wrote:
I wonder, did Sam Bradford face the hardest defensive schedule of all time? If not, it has to be up there. Here's some information:
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Bradford played 7 of his 16 games came against top 10 scoring defenses. 5 of his 16 games came against the top 3 scoring defenses(4 against the top 2). Half of his game came against top 11 scoring defenses.

That's right, he played 1/4 of his games against the top 2 defenses in the NFL.


Let's not forget that he wasN'T NOT sacked until week 16 and 17. Only two clean games he got all year. While our offense is underwhelming, I really thought they started to come along towards the end of the year. Some upgrades and continuation should only benefit this team.
Yes, the offense became MUCH more efficient in the red zone at the end of the season. Kind of efficiency we haven't seen since early 2000's. Austin Pettis, Lance Kendricks, and Brian Quick really came on and were major contributors in the red zone.

The only problem was, the offense wasn't getting to the red zone.
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El ramster wrote:
mozwanted wrote:
El ramster wrote:
Sam Bradford
When Blitzed- 980 Yards (6.1 Y/A), 50.9% Completions, 6 TDs, 5 INTs, 69.4 QB Rating (Sacked 15 times)
Under Pressure- 331 Yards (3.8 Y/A), 37.2% Completions, 1 TD, 3 INTs, 38.5 QB Rating (Sacked 31 times)
(Under Pressure on 20.2% of Dropbacks, Sacked 25.4% of the time he's Under Pressure)




That is horrible.


Chad you have a great QB.. Why do you care so much. We are all happy, After you get kicked out the playoffs and all you'll cry again.

Love you chad!


I care because apparently rg3 will have a sophomore slump according to rams fans next year. What if starts playing like bradford Crying or Very sad
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2013 11:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

mozwanted wrote:
El ramster wrote:
mozwanted wrote:
El ramster wrote:
Sam Bradford
When Blitzed- 980 Yards (6.1 Y/A), 50.9% Completions, 6 TDs, 5 INTs, 69.4 QB Rating (Sacked 15 times)
Under Pressure- 331 Yards (3.8 Y/A), 37.2% Completions, 1 TD, 3 INTs, 38.5 QB Rating (Sacked 31 times)
(Under Pressure on 20.2% of Dropbacks, Sacked 25.4% of the time he's Under Pressure)




That is horrible.


Chad you have a great QB.. Why do you care so much. We are all happy, After you get kicked out the playoffs and all you'll cry again.

Love you chad!


I care because apparently rg3 will have a sophomore slump according to rams fans next year. What if starts playing like bradford Crying or Very sad
That's a damn good slump if you ask me.
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mozwanted wrote:
El ramster wrote:
mozwanted wrote:
El ramster wrote:
Sam Bradford
When Blitzed- 980 Yards (6.1 Y/A), 50.9% Completions, 6 TDs, 5 INTs, 69.4 QB Rating (Sacked 15 times)
Under Pressure- 331 Yards (3.8 Y/A), 37.2% Completions, 1 TD, 3 INTs, 38.5 QB Rating (Sacked 31 times)
(Under Pressure on 20.2% of Dropbacks, Sacked 25.4% of the time he's Under Pressure)




That is horrible.


Chad you have a great QB.. Why do you care so much. We are all happy, After you get kicked out the playoffs and all you'll cry again.

Love you chad!


I care because apparently rg3 will have a sophomore slump according to rams fans next year. What if starts playing like bradford Crying or Very sad


Well, on the bright side, at least he would be showing up against great defenses. Laughing
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mozwanted wrote:
El ramster wrote:
mozwanted wrote:
El ramster wrote:
Sam Bradford
When Blitzed- 980 Yards (6.1 Y/A), 50.9% Completions, 6 TDs, 5 INTs, 69.4 QB Rating (Sacked 15 times)
Under Pressure- 331 Yards (3.8 Y/A), 37.2% Completions, 1 TD, 3 INTs, 38.5 QB Rating (Sacked 31 times)
(Under Pressure on 20.2% of Dropbacks, Sacked 25.4% of the time he's Under Pressure)




That is horrible.


Chad you have a great QB.. Why do you care so much. We are all happy, After you get kicked out the playoffs and all you'll cry again.

Love you chad!


I care because apparently rg3 will have a sophomore slump according to rams fans next year. What if starts playing like bradford Crying or Very sad



Chad Chad Chad! Please Chad, the Slump is inevitable it's like taxes.. So Chad enjoy your one week or maybe 2 Chad, Enjoy it. Drink some wine and eat some cheese.

For next year there will another thread dedicated to the skins..



Kisses Chad.. Good luck! for the year 2014
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jrry32 wrote:
mozwanted wrote:
El ramster wrote:
mozwanted wrote:
El ramster wrote:
Sam Bradford
When Blitzed- 980 Yards (6.1 Y/A), 50.9% Completions, 6 TDs, 5 INTs, 69.4 QB Rating (Sacked 15 times)
Under Pressure- 331 Yards (3.8 Y/A), 37.2% Completions, 1 TD, 3 INTs, 38.5 QB Rating (Sacked 31 times)
(Under Pressure on 20.2% of Dropbacks, Sacked 25.4% of the time he's Under Pressure)




That is horrible.


Chad you have a great QB.. Why do you care so much. We are all happy, After you get kicked out the playoffs and all you'll cry again.

Love you chad!


I care because apparently rg3 will have a sophomore slump according to rams fans next year. What if starts playing like bradford Crying or Very sad


Well, on the bright side, at least he would be showing up against great defenses. Laughing


Maybe he'll be able to someday beat Bradford.
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For those of you still interested....bump
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2013 9:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

With Schotty coming back, what are stats lines we should expect with bradford

2010 - 3512 passing yards - 18 TD - 15 Ints
2011 - 2164 passing yards - 6 TD - 6 Ints
2012 - 3702 passing yards - 21 TDS - 13 Ints

With Chris Givens, Amendola ( Hopefully returns ) Quick ( Develops ) Kendricks ( Catching on ) how do you guys think he preforms with a coordinator that wants to stick around, Hopefully we fix our O-line and add a weapon in this off season/draft
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Hoj398 wrote:
With Schotty coming back, what are stats lines we should expect with bradford

2010 - 3512 passing yards - 18 TD - 15 Ints
2011 - 2164 passing yards - 6 TD - 6 Ints
2012 - 3702 passing yards - 21 TDS - 13 Ints

With Chris Givens, Amendola ( Hopefully returns ) Quick ( Develops ) Kendricks ( Catching on ) how do you guys think he preforms with a coordinator that wants to stick around, Hopefully we fix our O-line and add a weapon in this off season/draft


I'll wait and see what moves we make this off-season.
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