Sam Bradford perfect at Pro Day

Millz

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Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford completed a perfect 50-of-50 passes at the Sooners' Monday Pro Day.

He was also jacked up in terms of his build. Pro Days are intended to make players look as good as possible, but Bradford was as sharp as can be, exhibiting a quick release, plenty of velocity on throws outside the numbers, and outstanding accuracy. We noticed just one throw behind his intended target (Jermaine Gresham still gathered it in), and he delivered one wobbler on a 40-yard slant-go. Rams GM Billy Devaney was undoubtedly impressed.
Rotoworld.com

I know there's still time but Bradford is coming to St Louis.

Unless the Redskins offer something ridiculous to trade up to #1 to pick him.
 

Millz

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thats our boy man! its going to be him.

i know the rammies are trying out mccoy and clausen but bradford has the most upside...
Well yeah there will be private workouts with both McCoy and Clausen but I dont see them as better options then Bradford.

Trent Dilfer seems to think Clausen is better then Bradford but I dont buy it. I guess its good they dont ask me to make those decisions.

Regardless, a QB will be drafted by the Rams come the draft.
 

Babe_Ruth

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So you guys don't want Suh anymore? You've said many times on these forums that it would be stupid if the Rams didn't select Suh with their first overall selection.

Opinion changed?
 

Millz

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So you guys don't want Suh anymore? You've said many times on these forums that it would be stupid if the Rams didn't select Suh with their first overall selection.

Opinion changed?
My opinion changed when I pretty much found out they weren't going to do it.

I mean, they signed DT Fred Robbins from the Giants and they released Bulger and picked up Feeley who is obviously here to mentor a new young QB and start a few games or just backup the kid if he struggles.

Suh is the best player...I'd pick the best player BUT we need a QB so I guess that's fine. Whatever.
 

Babe_Ruth

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I think it's a win/win if you pick either player, Suh would have the most impact right away since Quarterback is the hardest position to learn in the NFL when your coming from College, but in the long run I think Bradford will have the better overall career.