With his season-ending injury, is the Sam Bradford era over in St. Louis?
Bradford suffered the injury in the 4th quarter of yesterday's loss to the Panthers, while trying to scramble out of bounds.
Bradford has 1,687 passing yards this year, with 14 touchdowns and only 4 interceptions. Before the injury, he was having a pretty solid season, despite the Rams' 3-4 record.
In around 3 and a half seasons, Bradford has thrown for 59 TD and 38 INT. The Rams are 18-30-1 in games he has started, and the Rams may be looking for a more permanent answer at the QB position, rather than just a quick stop-gap while Bradford recovers.
Do you think the Rams should give Bradford the job back when he comes back from this injury? Or should they start rebuilding for the future and look for a new QB?