Sam Bradford perfect in his three series as he leads Cardinals to one TD


Sam Bradford expected to play more this week after getting only eight snaps and one attempt in the preseason opener, and he did.

The Cardinals quarterback played three series, the last ending in a 9-yard touchdown run by David Johnson eight seconds into the second quarter.

Although the Cardinals’ first two drives had false starts and ended in punts, Bradford ended his night 6-for-6 for 61 yards and a 109 passer rating. Johnson had six carries for 22 yards and the touchdown after gaining 28 yards on two carries last week.

Bradford played only 91 snaps during the 2017 regular season, starting two games.

Bradford turned it over to first-round pick Josh Rosen, who promptly led the Cardinals on a seven-play, 87-yard drive that ended with a 13-yard Rosen touchdown pass to second-round pick Christian Kirk.

8 responses to “Sam Bradford perfect in his three series as he leads Cardinals to one TD

  1. That baby birdman of the 10th pick/1st rd. is still sitting in his nest.
    Bradford is the safe bet for starting.

  2. cardinalsfan87 says:
    August 17, 2018 at 9:47 pm
    Bradford looked good tonigh
    You might not want to have him start! He is only good for about 4 or 5 games a season on average.

  3. Both Sam and Josh looked great… Would LOVE to see Sam have a full year of productivity and quiet the negativity of some of these commentators. If not, Josh will hit the ground running. This is going to be interesting!

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