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Sam Bradford, QB St. Louis Rams

2014 Strength of Schedule - STL

W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2013 Game Stats

WeekOppCompAttPaYdsPaTDIntYPAYPCRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPRSnapsSnap%
1ARI2738299217.911.121000.567/67100%
2ATL3255352316.411.0325008.377/77100%
3DAL2948240105.08.30000-69/69100%
4SF1941202114.910.63-401-1.367/67100%
5JAX1934222306.511.754000.873/73100%
6HOU1216117307.39.814004.042/42100%
7CAR2130255118.512.111001.055/6190%
8SEA--------------
9TEN--------------
10IND--------------
11BYE--------------
12CHI--------------
13SF--------------
14ARI--------------
15NO--------------
16TB--------------
17SEA--------------
Totals15926216871446.410.61531012.1450/45699%

Most Recent News

Chris Givens had a nagging ankle injury in 2013
April 23, 2014, 1:14pm

STL Today - [Full Article]

Rams WR Chris Givens has taken a lot of steps to get his game back on track since the 2013 finale against Seattle when he didn’t have a single catch. He decided that he had to make changes in his life and make football his No. 1 priority.

“When I was young, I felt like I was trying to do too much, please too many people,” he said. “Saying ‘yes’ too much. Being afraid to let my light shine because of how it made someone else feel. So I humbled myself and made football my job. Made it a priority. And I just started writing goals and doing a lot of things.”

In Arizona he worked with longtime fitness and martial arts instructor Mack Newton. Givens described him as “this 68-year-old trainer. ... Old school. No weight-lifting. He works on building you up from the inside-out. Before every class, we’d sit down and talk for like an hour, just about spiritual things, and having the proper self-esteem.”

By now, Givens has put the frustration of last season behind him, a season that included a shoulder injury and an especially nagging ankle injury. Givens didn’t miss any games but said the ankle injury required a lot of maintenance and bothered him most of the year.

“My goals right now are to be really involved with the team, and to really embrace the whole concept of team,” Givens said. “And just to be a leader. Be a finisher. Be a catalyst. To do everything I need to do to put my body in the best position to start (training) camp.”


Fantasy Impact:
Givens is a candidate for a bounce-back season after a very disappointing sophomore campaign. A renewed focus on football will help, but so should the return of QB Sam Bradford, who missed much of the season with a torn ACL.