Sam Bradford ready for next step, but ...
When will Sam Bradford be a No. 1 fantasy quarterback?
Ask just about anybody who has seen Sam Bradford play, and they can't help but be impressed. He's smart, accurate, poised and is a great physical specimen at 6-foot-4 and 228 pounds. He's coming off an NFL rookie-record 3,512 passing yards, and despite durability concerns when he was drafted No. 1 overall in 2010, he took every snap under center in his first season. He did all this without his top receiver, Donnie Avery, who missed ...
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2011 Fantasy Football Draft Kit
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