สมัครพนันออนไลน์ We’ve already seen our first starting quarterback go down before the 2014 season has even started, with St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford tearing his ACL again (ugh) and giving way to Shaun Hill.
Get ready for more quarterbacks to be replaced in due time. There are a number of tenuous-at-best starters holding for dear life, with the tide rising.
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พนันฟุตบอล With zero rookie quarterbacks slated to start for the first time since 2007, there are a lot of young talents on the bench who will be champing at the bits.
Here’s a look at the teams that are most likely to replace their starting quarterback this season — with rookies or veterans — in some kind of predicted order of occurrence.
สโบเบท St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford limped off the field with a left knee injury and was ruled out of Saturday night’s game against the Cleveland Browns.
That left knee is the same knee that Bradford tore the ACL in last October. He grabbed it as soon as he was hit and remained on the field for a while before being led to the locker room along with trainers, Bradford clearly limping his way in.
But there’s some hope that Bradford didn’t re-tear the ACL.
สโบ Initial tests on Rams QB Sam Bradford’s knee did not show damage to ACL. Team “dodged a bullet.” Still, more tests on knee scheduled Sunday.
When asked about Bradford’s status, Rams head coach Jeff Fisher said he had no update but was “optimistic” that it could just be a hyperextension. Bradford is expected to undergo an MRI in the morning once the swelling subsides to verify the extent of the injury.