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Sam Bradford Pro Day Live Feed

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NORMAN, Okla. -- Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford might have erased any doubt he'll be the No. 1 overall pick on April 22 with a commanding workout that left veteran talent evaluators from 21 NFL teams stumbling for adjectives and comparisons.

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/story/13131880/bradford-scripted-throwing-session-wows-pro-audience?tag=coverlist_active;coverlist_footer

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what the scouts expect...he is almost god in shorts.but remember he got folded by a corner and didnt get up afterwards....that would scare me if i were the rams.

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lol bradford... he played in a spread offense... find me one freaking QB in the NFL that started for a team out of a spread offense in college and performed good in the NFL.

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lol bradford... he played in a spread offense... find me one freaking QB in the NFL that started for a team out of a spread offense in college and performed good in the NFL.

Drew Brees.

Next silly statement...

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lol bradford... he played in a spread offense... find me one freaking QB in the NFL that started for a team out of a spread offense in college and performed good in the NFL.

Vince Young, maybe Alex Smith if he does as well as he did at the end of last year.

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Vince Young, maybe Alex Smith if he does as well as he did at the end of last year.

lol you can't say VY is an accomplished NFL QB and Smith is clearly a bust of a number 1 pick.

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When Mike Mayock a true expert gives his opinion on Bradford and thinks he will be a good quarterback I have to agree.

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The only risk Bradford carries is injury. Any other argument against him is dumb.

Like Brees, he is uncanny accurate.

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what the scouts expect...he is almost god in shorts.but remember he got folded by a corner and didnt get up afterwards....that would scare me if i were the rams.

Yeah I watched that game and I immediately wrote Bradford off. Sure he might come good, but that was a huge red flag. If I was a GM I'd steer well clear of a QB who'd had two shoulder injuries.

Not to mention his freshman backup only looked slightly worse in that gimmick offence.

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Yeah I watched that game and I immediately wrote Bradford off. Sure he might come good, but that was a huge red flag. If I was a GM I'd steer well clear of a QB who'd had two shoulder injuries.

Not to mention his freshman backup only looked slightly worse in that gimmick offence.

What games are you people wathcing?

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The Texas game, probably.

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So getting tackled by a DB on a corner blitz with a full head of steam as you're throwing off balance and landing awkwardly on your shoulder = getting folded up by a corner and won't cut it in the NFL

Also, going from pre-season #2 and coming off a 12-2 season with an MNC birth to 8-5 when your team leader and #1 pick in the draft gets hurt = Bradford is pretty much the same player as Landry Jones

Makes total sense.

No wonder I go elsewhere for college football discussion.

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