What Vikings Weaknesses Can The Texans Take Advantage Of?Former Texan Sage Rosenfels joined In The Loop and they discussed Texans/Vikings, Sam Bradford, Brock Osweiler, Stefan Diggs and Kyle Rudolph
Vikings Among NFL's Elite Behind Play Of BradfordWhen Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater went down with a gruesome knee injury during the tail end of training camp, it was a mystery just how successful the 2016 Vikings could be without their franchise signal caller
Peter King: I Want To See More Consistency From Brock OsweilerPeter King joined In The Loop and they discussed his thoughts on Brock Osweiler, Trump the reason for NFL TV ratings are down and why he thinks Sam Bradford is the NFL MVP right now?
Keidel: Is Sam Bradford The Answer For The Minnesota Vikings?With Teddy Bridgewater lost for the season, the Minnesota Vikings turn to a mediocre Sam Bradford to keep their playoff hopes alive.
Joe Washington: College Championship Game Is A Waste Of TimeFormer NFL and College football great Joe Washington joined Mad Radio and they talked about the new college football playoff, his thoughts on Sam Bradford and the way the play football now compared to 20 years ago.
Keidel: The Brittle Bradford BristlesThe Philadelphia Eagles drafted quarterback Carson Wentz, and Sam Bradford, the team's fragile, well-paid starter, demanded a trade.
Triple Threat on Sam Bradford Returning 5-9-2016Sean, Rich & Ted talk about the news that broke today regarding Sam Bradford returning to the Eagles. Oddly enough the news seemed to come from former Houston Texan Connor Barwin.
The Triple Threat Discusses the Sam Bradford Situation 5-3-2016Sean, Rich & Ted talk about the Sam Bradford vs. Carson Wentz quarterback situation with the Philadelphia Eagles. Wentz will be on one of the regional covers of Sports Illustrated; that'll go over well.
Hammond: For Manziel, Breakout Game Was About Work, Not Talent
Hammond: Don't Blame O'Brien For Savage Shoulder Injury
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