Sam Bradford struggled greatly in Monday's loss to the Seahawks, completing just 12 of 29 passes (41.4 percent) for 193 yards and an interception. He was sacked three times and finished the game with a paltry 49.9 QB rating. Perhaps he struggled because he's still feeling the effects of his high-ankle sprain, but it's a game-killing performance for any fantasy owner who rolled the dice on him this late in the season -- or worse yet, the playoffs.
The quarterback's sophomore campaign has not exactly gone according to plan. Heading into Week 14's game against the Seattle Seahawks, Bradford had thrown just five touchdown passes and was averaging just 219.0 passing yards per game.
If there has been any good news, it's that he's also thrown just six interceptions and has yet to throw more than one in game. Of course, he had also failed to throw as many as two touchdowns in any game. He also has only surpassed the 300-yard barrier in just two games and has not done that since Week 6 against the Green Bay Packers.
For more on Bradford's performance, be sure to check out Rams blog Turf Show Times.