The Eagles Can’t Kid Themselves; Braford’s Days as Starting QB Coming to a Close

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There’s no doubt after Wednesday’s deal between the Browns and Eagles that quarterbacks are going to go one and two in the NFL Draft which is a week from tonight in Chicago.

After the Eagles traded up to the second overall pick in the NFL, there was some rumblings that the team could look to trade QB Sam Bradford. Once the trade went down, however, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network said they will not trade Bradford.

“Let me be clear, Sam Bradford is our starting quarterback. We’ve told Sam that,” Howie Roseman said at a press conference Wednesday.

But now the situation comes just how long can the Eagles have a QB that was drafted two overall sitting behind Bradford if and when he struggles?

Bradford said yesterday that if the team drafted a quarterback it wouldn’t bother him.

“Not really. I learned a long time ago to stay away from all that stuff. It’s not the first time I’ve gone through a situation like this,” Bradford said on Tuesday. “I’ve learned to not worry about things I can’t control. And I have no control over that. So there is no need to waste any time or energy worrying about that.”

If you do NFL betting with Bitcoins you know that this situation can’t stay good in Philly for too long. One bad pass or one big mistake leading to to a loss, and fans will be calling for Bradford’s head and for whoever the number two QB is to be the starter.

Don’t kid yourself, the Eagles are going all in on whatever QB they take with the second pick. If Bradford wants to sugar coat the situation so be it, but reality for him will come soon enough.

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