After talking about the lives Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez, let's get back to actual football news. Expectations are high as they have ever been for Rams quarterback Sam Bradford after the team spent the offseason focusing on putting more pass-catching talent around him. Continuity with the Rams' offensive system is also helping out Bradford as he heads into his second year with offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer.
"There were times last year, I remember sitting in meetings, maybe [Schottenheimer] was really comfortable with a play because they had run it in the past and had success with it, but it was new to me, and I wasn't comfortable with it." Bradford said. "Now, I think we have a much better feel for each other."
Schottenheimer has noticed Bradford's increased comfort, saying the two of them "are a thousand years ahead of where we were last year."
Just another reason why Bradford should a sought-after value pick in drafts this year. With all of the weapons he has in place, more than 4,000 passing yards and 25 touchdowns are within reach.