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Phits
I thought Bradford ha a good game, but nothing to "write home about". It was his most complete game this season. Fortunately, it wasn't a Jekyll & Hyde game -or- a tale of two halves.

On the surface it would appears to have been a sub par week for QB play. Bradford's numbers weren't spectacular: 333 yards on 45 attempts (7.4 average), two touchdowns, two interceptions, and an 88.5 passer rating.

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Bradford is competing against include New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning and Cleveland Browns quarterback Josh McCown.

mcnabbulous
It must have been a bad week for QBs. I don't care what the circumstances are. You throw two INTs in the endzone, you had a bad week.

That is unacceptable.
Robberson
QUOTE (Phits @ Oct 13 2015, 01:44 PM) *
I thought Bradford ha a good game, but nothing to "write home about". It was his most complete game this season. Fortunately, it wasn't a Jekyll & Hyde game -or- a tale of two halves.

On the surface it would appears to have been a sub par week for QB play. Bradford's numbers weren't spectacular: 333 yards on 45 attempts (7.4 average), two touchdowns, two interceptions, and an 88.5 passer rating.


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Will he beat out Eli and Josh McCown?!

Wow, what a joke.
Phits
QUOTE (Robberson @ Oct 13 2015, 02:30 PM) *
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Will he beat out Eli and Josh McCown?!

Wow, what a joke.

Consider that these 3 beat out the likes of Brady, Rodgers, P.Manning & Wilson for the nominations. Call it a joke, but (apparently) these 3 QB's were the cream of the crop for this week.
Joegrane
TWO Red Zone Ints should disqualify a QB! The first one was horrible since his receiver was open and has maybe 5 inches in height on the defender.
QUOTE (Phits @ Oct 13 2015, 01:44 PM) *
I thought Bradford ha a good game, but nothing to "write home about". It was his most complete game this season. Fortunately, it wasn't a Jekyll & Hyde game -or- a tale of two halves.

On the surface it would appears to have been a sub par week for QB play. Bradford's numbers weren't spectacular: 333 yards on 45 attempts (7.4 average), two touchdowns, two interceptions, and an 88.5 passer rating.

Reality Fan
QUOTE (Joegrane @ Oct 13 2015, 04:56 PM) *
TWO Red Zone Ints should disqualify a QB! The first one was horrible since his receiver was open and has maybe 5 inches in height on the defender.


it has more to do with the recovery from those 2 picks.....this shit is not that hard to understand.....
Speed_Kills
QUOTE (Joegrane @ Oct 13 2015, 04:56 PM) *
TWO Red Zone Ints should disqualify a QB! The first one was horrible since his receiver was open and has maybe 5 inches in height on the defender.


When you make THAT statement you should be automatically disqualified from posting on this topic.

HINT: You might want to go back and check the size of that "defender."
Robberson
QUOTE (Phits @ Oct 13 2015, 03:28 PM) *
Consider that these 3 beat out the likes of Brady, Rodgers, P.Manning & Wilson for the nominations. Call it a joke, but (apparently) these 3 QB's were the cream of the crop for this week.


Yeah, and Annie Hall beat Star Wars. McCown and Manning deserve the nominations this week, but whoever put Bradford up there with them is an idiot, or just trying to be profound.
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