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Sam Bradford named NFC Offensive Player of the Week

Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

It’s been a long time since a Minnesota Vikings quarterback put up numbers like Sam Bradford did on Monday Night Football against the New Orleans Saints. His 346-yard, three-touchdown performance has earned the Vikings’ quarterback NFC Offensive Player of the Week – making him the first Minnesota QB to receive the award since Brett Favre in 2009.

In fact, under Mike Zimmer, receiver Stefon Diggs is the only other offensive player to receive the Player of the Week award. All the others are on defense or special teams.

Bradford walked away from Week 1 as the league’s second rated passer behind Kansas City’s Alex Smith and scored the highest mark in ESPN’s QBR stat, which weighs game situations.

On Monday night, Sam Bradford had the best game of his career

  • Gordon Guffey

    Well lets hear what all the haters ((( what few of them there are ))) have to say ~ It wont take them long to come crawling out of the woodwork crying and slinging snot everywhere ~ They were counting on Bradford to have a bad night ~ They cant stop worrying about Teddy’s job ~ Let the cards fall where they may is my motto ~ Though I do believe Teddy will be the loser in this battle ~ But I dont work for the Vikings nor do I know how they should spend their cap ~ I do know how I would like for them to spend it ~ But I have never run a NFL team ~ So I want clam to know ~

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  • PurpleFaithful

    People who have been calling for bridgewater are not based in reality. Even if you think Bridgewater is better than, say, a Dalton, you can’t count on him. His leg fell off untouched. Now, they were able to save the man’s leg, thank goodness, but you cannot count on him as the face of a franchise, like a Dalton.
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    His rebuilt leg is not as strong as it was, and you have to believe the healthy leg is not significantly stronger than the one that fell off. So, how can anyone who is giving serious thought think of giving him the job over 2016 Bradford?
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    Bridgewater is an nfl backup unless/until a set of circumstances, likely injury, give him another opportunity.
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    Then you come to play. Bradford set an nfl record for completion percentage behind clearly the worst offensive line in viking history. A line that contributed to a horrible run game. Behind that line, coupled with that lack of a run game, playing about their 5th OT (viking record after cutting McKinney, for comparison?) Bradford was the best deep ball in the nfl, and set the record, while leading the nfl per f.o. in play action! Who in their right mind would honor play action from 2016 vikes, right? But bradford sold it.
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    Better pass rating than bridge, better arm talent, better completion, better deep ball, etc.





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