St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford had a noteworthy performance Sunday in the team's 38-13 win over the Houston Texans. He completed 12 of 16 attempts for 117 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions.
While only completing 12 passes on the day, Bradford managed to get the ball to nine different receivers. Distributing the ball to a plethora of receiving options, Bradford has now helped his team score 72 total points in the last two weeks.
Fantasy impact: The game was Bradford's third three-touchdown performance on the year. He is now on pace to hit 35 touchdowns on the year which would be a career high. The Rams look as if they have finally found an effective rushing attack with Zac Stacy as their new workhorse. The balanced offense has taken much of the onus off Bradford.
Bradford has only eclipsed the 300 yard passing mark once this year and is an unlikely candidate to hit 4,000 for the season. The former first overall pick still has a completion percentage under 60 on the year. While he might throw fantasy owners a monster game here and there, Bradford is still a mediocre QB2 option.