NFL Playoffs: Rams Lose Out As Sam Bradford Struggles In Loss To Seahawks

The St. Louis Rams had a rookie quarterback, they were on the road and hadn't had a winning since 2003. Yet they were the favorites heading into the Sunday Night Football matchup with the Seattle Seahawks. Unfortunately for St. Louis, their rookie quarterback played like a rookie completing 19-of-36 passes for just 155 yards and a late interception.

Disappointing, frustrating and angry are the feelings we're seeing at Turf Show Times this morning.

It was too bad that Bradford had his worst game when the Rams needed him most. He was generally un-poised and streaky, and reminded the entire country that he's only just a rookie with that horrible interception. Mike Silver over at Yahoo! Sports had a piece about starting AJ Feeley over Bradford, because he thought this game might be too much for him to handle; unfortunately he was right.

Bradford wasn't Bradford and that was the difference as the Rams put up only six points. In the end, if Bradford couldn't perform in a big regular season game then there's no reasonable reasonable reason to believe he would have performed in the playoff game. 

Check out Turf Show Times to see what more fans are saying about the game. 

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