Sam Bradford Stays Off Fantasy Radar With Another Bad Game

Sep 23, 2012; Chicago, IL, USA; St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford (8) is sacked by Chicago Bears defensive tackle Stephen Paea (right) and defensive end Shea McClellin (99) during the first half at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Rob Grabowski-US PRESSWIRE

Sam Bradford was terrible against the Bears. We break down the fantasy implications.

St. Louis Rams QB Sam Bradford had an awful game against the Chicago Bears in Week 3. He completed 18 of 35 passes for just 152 yards, zero touchdowns, two interceptions and a 39.2 QB Rating. He also got sacked six times as the Rams got drubbed by the Bears 23-6.

Fantasy Impact: Bad O-line play, no running game, poor receivers, questionable QB decisions--it was a complete disaster from top to bottom for the Rams offense. If Bradford had any fantasy interest after last week's big game against the Redskins, that's just about shot now. He will get no break as the Rams take on the Seahawks' stingy defense in Week 4.

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