In the end, his statistics Sunday afternoon didn’t look as bad as it once did earlier in the game. he started 3-7. He threw one interception on the afternoon.
The issue was it had looked like he didn’t have much preparation with his receivers before Sunday. Only receiver Larry Fitzgerald had a decent day.
Bradford was consistently throwing on first reads only. He overthrew, underthrew, just kind of all over the place.
The stat that kept getting thrown down our throats since he signed as a free agent back in March was despite his injuries, he was one of the most accurate passers in history. While true, we failed to see much of it on Sunday.
While he is currently not in danger of losing his job, he will need to play better against the Rams. The Cardinals need to give Bradford at least a month or so before they even start thinking about replacing him with Josh Rosen.