Ram QB Sam Bradford, a veteran of three offensive coordinators in three NFL seasons, will work with Brian Schottenheimer for a second consecutive season. Familiarity can be a good thing -- not just in general, but when applied to specific situations.
"There were times last year, I remember sitting in meetings, maybe [Schottenheimer] was really comfortable with a play because they had run it in the past and had success with it, but it was new to me and I wasn't as comfortable with it," Bradford said. "Now, I think we have a much better feel for each other."
We have Bradford 23rd among QBs, so in a 10-team league he likely doesn't get drafted as he's in the QB3 range. He'll be available late in drafts and with a young group of skill players around him, he should continue to improve. But he's not a week-in, week-out fantasy starter at this point.