The plan always has been to allow Sam Bradford to not necessarily ease into the job, but carefully grow into it with a well-scripted system that would allow him to become the starter at his own pace. That pace appears to be a 4.2-second sprint now.
Ever since last Thursday's practice, a light switch seems to have gone off in Bradford's head. It's as if the game has completely slowed down for him, and he is making all the throws we saw him make in college. The most entertaining thing that has gone on at Rams training camp over the last few days is eavesdropping on all the conversations of folks talking about Bradford's best throws.
In the fantasy football world, it's suggested that you temper expectations for rookie QBs.