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Here are Bradford's final season numbers for 15 games.

Comp:395 (5th)
Att:552 (14th)
Pct: 71.6 (1st)
Yds: 3,877 (16th)
Yds/Att: 7.0 (18th among all QBs with 130+ attempts)
Yds/G: 258.5 (15th)
TD: 20 (18th)
INT: 5 (28th among all QBs with 200+ attempts)
Rate: 99.3 (6th among all QBs with 100+ attempts)

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MVP candidate Derek Carr

Comp:357
Att:560
Pct: 63.8
Yds: 3,937
Yds/Att: 7.0
Yds/G: 262.5
TD: 28
INT: 6
Rate: 96.7

I couldn't be happier. I think Bradford played great and I think he will have a great season as our 2017 starter. :govikes:


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I'm impressed with Bradford's abilities and what he accomplished behind a dreadful offensive line. I don't even see how he stayed alive.

It will be tough for a recovering Bridgewater to unseat Bradford. Maybe impossible, given Teddy's injury.

The Vikings are fortunate to have Bradford going into next season. They have a bunch of rebuilding to do on the OL, but they don't have to worry about the QB position.


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I'm impressed with Bradford's abilities and what he accomplished behind a dreadful offensive line. I don't even see how he stayed alive.

It will be tough for a recovering Bridgewater to unseat Bradford. Maybe impossible, given Teddy's injury.

The Vikings are fortunate to have Bradford going into next season. They have a bunch of rebuilding to do on the OL, but they don't have to worry about the QB position.


Exactly. Yeah we gave up a first, but it was well worth it IMO. Especially since we have 2 third round picks and 2 fourth round picks. Although I would still like to draft a developmental guy late. At the same time, I wish I could see more of Heinecke

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Bradford should be starter next year. Teddy can fight for it, but I'm ok with him being behind Sam Bradford for the next 4-5 years.
Like I said, I would be happy if they hired shurmur as our OC because he fits well with Sam. but I don't blame them if they go a different route.

Sam earned alot of respect this year taking all those hits and staying in it.


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The aquisition of Sam Bradford has been, imo, the single most impressive move your current brass has made.

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The aquisition of Sam Bradford has been, imo, the single most impressive move your current brass has made.



I agree, obviously the outcome this year overshadows it and makes some people say "why bother" but I think it will pay off in a big way in the next couple of seasons.


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The aquisition of Sam Bradford has been, imo, the single most impressive move your current brass has made.


If not the most, then certainly one of the most impressive moves.

The need for a good quarterback is unquestionable.


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We did have a dink and dunk offense, but if you look at yards per attempt and yards per game it is very similar. Those two numbers really surprised me. Sam had a #### OL so I give him more credit :)


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We did have a dink and dunk offense


Interesting post on PFT.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2017/01/05/short-pass-master-bradford-finished-17th-in-first-down-percentage/

Short pass master Bradford finished 17th in first down percentage

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Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford set a new NFL record for completion percentage this season, completing 71.6 percent of his passes. Which serves as a good reminder of how meaningless a statistic completion percentage can be.

The problem with completion percentage is that it treats all completions equally, which is obviously ridiculous: A completion for zero yards doesn’t help a team any more than an incompletion. A completion short of the line to gain on third down doesn’t help much more than an incompletion, either. And Bradford had a lot of those short completions that didn’t pick up first downs.

How many? While setting the NFL record for completion percentage, Bradford finished 17th in the NFL in first down percentage, among the 33 quarterbacks who threw at least 200 passes.

Bradford completed so many passes short of the line to gain that he got a first down on just 35.7 percent of his passes. Half the quarterbacks in the league picked up a first down on a higher percentage of their passes, even though none completed as high a percentage of his passes.


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We did have a dink and dunk offense


Interesting post on PFT.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2017/01/05/short-pass-master-bradford-finished-17th-in-first-down-percentage/

Short pass master Bradford finished 17th in first down percentage

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Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford set a new NFL record for completion percentage this season, completing 71.6 percent of his passes. Which serves as a good reminder of how meaningless a statistic completion percentage can be.

The problem with completion percentage is that it treats all completions equally, which is obviously ridiculous: A completion for zero yards doesn’t help a team any more than an incompletion. A completion short of the line to gain on third down doesn’t help much more than an incompletion, either. And Bradford had a lot of those short completions that didn’t pick up first downs.

How many? While setting the NFL record for completion percentage, Bradford finished 17th in the NFL in first down percentage, among the 33 quarterbacks who threw at least 200 passes.

Bradford completed so many passes short of the line to gain that he got a first down on just 35.7 percent of his passes. Half the quarterbacks in the league picked up a first down on a higher percentage of their passes, even though none completed as high a percentage of his passes.


That's one of the reasons the Vikes should proceed cautiously with both Bradford and Shurmur and not just automatically give the OC job to the latter or sign the former to a big, lucrative contract extension.

Thanks for that info, Demi.


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What was Bradford's deep pass compltion percentage?

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We did have a dink and dunk offense


Interesting post on PFT.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2017/01/05/short-pass-master-bradford-finished-17th-in-first-down-percentage/

Short pass master Bradford finished 17th in first down percentage

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Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford set a new NFL record for completion percentage this season, completing 71.6 percent of his passes. Which serves as a good reminder of how meaningless a statistic completion percentage can be.

The problem with completion percentage is that it treats all completions equally, which is obviously ridiculous: A completion for zero yards doesn’t help a team any more than an incompletion. A completion short of the line to gain on third down doesn’t help much more than an incompletion, either. And Bradford had a lot of those short completions that didn’t pick up first downs.

How many? While setting the NFL record for completion percentage, Bradford finished 17th in the NFL in first down percentage, among the 33 quarterbacks who threw at least 200 passes.

Bradford completed so many passes short of the line to gain that he got a first down on just 35.7 percent of his passes. Half the quarterbacks in the league picked up a first down on a higher percentage of their passes, even though none completed as high a percentage of his passes.


"Half the quarterbacks in the league picked up a first down on a higher percentage of their passes" - WHAT??

That stat is completely meaningless my friend, without the missing piece which of course IS "how many yards did all the QB's need to gain on 3rd down?"

And then there is this:

According to Pro Football Reference’s handy Player Index tool, Thielen led all NFL receivers by grabbing 70.4 percent of his ‘deep targets’ (min. 20 targets). The stat shows Thielen’s reliable hands and improved route running that quickly led to trust with a new quarterback and play caller.

27 targets, 19 catches, 70.4 comp %, 507 yards, 3 TD's

Thielen, who gained the bulk of his career-best 967 receiving yards on passes that traveled at least 15 yards down the field.

His connection with Bradford eased the quarterback’s transition into an offense behind eight different line combinations in 15 starts.

Bradford, the league’s most accurate quarterback (ever) at 71.6 percent completed, was also one of the better downfield passers.

Bradford ranked eighth in the same ‘deep target’ category among quarterbacks, completing 49.4 percent of his passes. He trailed only Matt Ryan, Andrew Luck, Drew Brees, Russell Wilson, Kirk Cousins, Tom Brady and Derek Carr in percentage of downfield passes completed. Though he threw the fewest such attempts among those quarterbacks while taking a career-worst 37 sacks.


Hmm, I wonder what he could do with an OL??????


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"Half the quarterbacks in the league picked up a first down on a higher percentage of their passes" - WHAT??

That stat is completely meaningless my friend, without the missing piece which of course IS "how many yards did all the QB's need to gain on 3rd down?"

And then there is this:

According to Pro Football Reference’s handy Player Index tool, Thielen led all NFL receivers by grabbing 70.4 percent of his ‘deep targets’ (min. 20 targets). The stat shows Thielen’s reliable hands and improved route running that quickly led to trust with a new quarterback and play caller.

27 targets, 19 catches, 70.4 comp %, 507 yards, 3 TD's

Thielen, who gained the bulk of his career-best 967 receiving yards on passes that traveled at least 15 yards down the field.

His connection with Bradford eased the quarterback’s transition into an offense behind eight different line combinations in 15 starts.

Bradford, the league’s most accurate quarterback (ever) at 71.6 percent completed, was also one of the better downfield passers.

Bradford ranked eighth in the same ‘deep target’ category among quarterbacks, completing 49.4 percent of his passes. He trailed only Matt Ryan, Andrew Luck, Drew Brees, Russell Wilson, Kirk Cousins, Tom Brady and Derek Carr in percentage of downfield passes completed. Though he threw the fewest such attempts among those quarterbacks while taking a career-worst 37 sacks.


Hmm, I wonder what he could do with an OL??????


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Vikings' Adam Thielen one of NFL's most effective downfield threats during breakout season


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Mothman wrote:
RFIP wrote:
"Half the quarterbacks in the league picked up a first down on a higher percentage of their passes" - WHAT??

That stat is completely meaningless my friend, without the missing piece which of course IS "how many yards did all the QB's need to gain on 3rd down?"

And then there is this:

According to Pro Football Reference’s handy Player Index tool, Thielen led all NFL receivers by grabbing 70.4 percent of his ‘deep targets’ (min. 20 targets). The stat shows Thielen’s reliable hands and improved route running that quickly led to trust with a new quarterback and play caller.

27 targets, 19 catches, 70.4 comp %, 507 yards, 3 TD's

Thielen, who gained the bulk of his career-best 967 receiving yards on passes that traveled at least 15 yards down the field.

His connection with Bradford eased the quarterback’s transition into an offense behind eight different line combinations in 15 starts.

Bradford, the league’s most accurate quarterback (ever) at 71.6 percent completed, was also one of the better downfield passers.

Bradford ranked eighth in the same ‘deep target’ category among quarterbacks, completing 49.4 percent of his passes. He trailed only Matt Ryan, Andrew Luck, Drew Brees, Russell Wilson, Kirk Cousins, Tom Brady and Derek Carr in percentage of downfield passes completed. Though he threw the fewest such attempts among those quarterbacks while taking a career-worst 37 sacks.


Hmm, I wonder what he could do with an OL??????


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Vikings' Adam Thielen one of NFL's most effective downfield threats during breakout season



That's my fault! I had the URL copied but forgot to paste it. Thanks for adding it.


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That's my fault! I had the URL copied but forgot to paste it. Thanks for adding it.


You're welcome. I figured you had just forgotten to post it. :)

It's a good article, by the way. Thielen's emergence was a genuine bright spot this year.


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That's my fault! I had the URL copied but forgot to paste it. Thanks for adding it.


You're welcome. I figured you had just forgotten to post it. :)

It's a good article, by the way. Thielen's emergence was a genuine bright spot this year.



Yes and I figured it help answers PurpleMustReign question above too.


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Mothman wrote:
RFIP wrote:
That's my fault! I had the URL copied but forgot to paste it. Thanks for adding it.


You're welcome. I figured you had just forgotten to post it. :)

It's a good article, by the way. Thielen's emergence was a genuine bright spot this year.



Yes and I figured it help answers PurpleMustReign question above too.


Thanks for the article!!! I sometimes think even with all of these stats, a player's performance is totally subjective. In the end, all that matters is W-L.

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I've given up pointing out anything negative about Sam.

He can execute well when a play goes according to plan...he's top 15 in the world at that, I'll grant. I don't take that away from him. There's just a lot more to the position than that, and they are details that have a big impact on actually winning games, and especially winning high pressure big games. His tenure as Vikings QB will remind us a lot of the Denny Green years in the end. Get used to disappointment.


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fiestavike wrote:
I've given up pointing out anything negative about Sam.

He can execute well when a play goes according to plan...he's top 15 in the world at that, I'll grant. I don't take that away from him. There's just a lot more to the position than that, and they are details that have a big impact on actually winning games, and especially winning high pressure big games. His tenure as Vikings QB will remind us a lot of the Denny Green years in the end. Get used to disappointment.


And im sure you've done whatever mental gymnastic nessecary to convince yourself that TB is better at those details.


Every QB has issues, Brady included. And Sam certainly has some things I'd like to see him improve on but he is a VERY good QB who will only get better and better IF he can stay in one place for a while.

I've made no bones about the fact that I've seen the dude make every throw since his first one at OU. That said, in the last 4 games of this season I see I a guy who is now COMPLETELY over the mental part of his ACL recovery and moving like he did as a rookie and his early days in STL. He's played on some of the worst roster in the past 30 years and yes he has not been to the playoffs yet so people knock him but his game is good enough to lead any god team to a Super Bowl. That said, if you are looking for a running QB you will never be a Bradford fan and I get that. To ME however, I like a guy who gets the ball consistently and accurately to his play-makers and #8 is that guy.

Here is early years Sam when he was a lot more mobile than he's been since the knee. Moves well inside the pocket, great vision, arm strength and of course the accuracy all over the field: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9wIvl-OZ6M

A long-ball video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJgZDeviWKc

Don't bother trying to identify most of his receivers in these videos becaus esave for Amendola the majority are out of the league.


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Let's keep this thread on track.

Jordy, FiestaVike didn't even mention Teddy Bridgewater in his post. Keep baiting people like that and it's not going to end well.


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Let's keep this thread on track.

Jordy, FiestaVike didn't even mention Teddy Bridgewater in his post. Keep baiting people like that and it's not going to end well.


His implication was what elicited my response, sorry if you see it differently, it wont happen again.

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Jordysghost wrote:
Mothman wrote:
Let's keep this thread on track.

Jordy, FiestaVike didn't even mention Teddy Bridgewater in his post. Keep baiting people like that and it's not going to end well.


His implication was what elicited my response, sorry if you see it differently, it wont happen again.


Thank you.


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I'm sick of people ragging on Bradford. At the very worst his performance this year puts him squarely in the 50th percentile of all QBs. That is waaay better than what we have had the last 5 years.


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I'm sick of people ragging on Bradford. At the very worst his performance this year puts him squarely in the 50th percentile of all QBs. That is waaay better than what we have had the last 5 years.

Amen.

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I'm sick of people ragging on Bradford. At the very worst his performance this year puts him squarely in the 50th percentile of all QBs. That is waaay better than what we have had the last 5 years.


6th highest rated QB in the league (99.3) and of the 5 ahead of him only Brees and Rodgers threw the ball more than Sam's 552 atts.

Second QB EVER with +500 atts with 5 or less ints (Rodgers)

Only 2 starting QB's with less ints: Prescott with 4 (97 LESS atts than Sam) and Brady with 2 in 120 LESS atts than Sam.

This in a year in which he had no OTA's or PS with the Vikings, went from Kelly to Reich to Norv to Shurmur as OC's all within a 12 month span.

Worst run game in NFL history.

Worst OL situation (talent and injuries) I've ever seen in my 56 years on this earth.

Diggs clearly not healthy after around the mid-season mark where he wa sin and out of the line up and when he did play he was nowhere near 100% yet career years for Rudolph, Thielen (remind me who ever heard of this guy before 2017???) and Patterson (and would have been for Diggs too if not injured).


Yeah the Vikings could do a LOT worse than Sam Bradford.

And let me add that there are those who believe Matt Stafford (who I DO like as a QB) should be the MVP. Let's compare him to Bradford:

Stafford: 388 comp 594 atts 65.3 comp% 4,327 Yards 7.29 YPA 73 Long 24 TD's 10 ints 37 sacks 93.3 rating 270 yds/gm

Bradford: 395 comp 552 atts 71.6 comp% 3,877 Yards 7.02 YPA 71 Long 20 TD's 5 ints 37 sacks 99.3 rating 258 yds/gm <In one LESS game.


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When was the last time a Viking QB had 20 TDs? I would guess Ponder in 2012?

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When was the last time a Viking QB had 20 TDs? I would guess Ponder in 2012?

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He didnt throw for 20 TDs in 2012. He threw for 18. I believe Favre was the last to get over 20

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720pete wrote:
I'm sick of people ragging on Bradford. At the very worst his performance this year puts him squarely in the 50th percentile of all QBs. That is waaay better than what we have had the last 5 years.




Second QB EVER with +500 atts with 5 or less ints


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It is rare that I can say this for a Vikings QB: Sam Bradford hardly made any horrible throws this season. The worst throw he made all season was against Detroit on Thanksgiving. He forced that ball inside on an outside route.

I hope we can cut his cap salary down a bit, but I am extremely hesitant to see him signed to a long-term extension.

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It is rare that I can say this for a Vikings QB: Sam Bradford hardly made any horrible throws this season. The worst throw he made all season was against Detroit on Thanksgiving. He forced that ball inside on an outside route.

I hope we can cut his cap salary down a bit, but I am extremely hesitant to see him signed to a long-term extension.


May I ask why you are hesitant? He's 29, entering his prime, is now 2 years removed from his knee injures and fully recovered. The receivers all love him, as does the coach. He is a very hard worker and will be inviting the skilled players to OU in the spring as he always does, to workout with him. He's a great guy on and off the field. The offense will only grow and grow in productivity with a run game and better OL play.

Allow Teddy to walk, extend Sam to a 5 year deal, sign a vet backup, draft a rookie QB in 5-7 round to groom and let's go!


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