No. 3 – Sam Bradford
Sam Bradford is set to become a free agent after only playing two games in 2017 with the Minnesota Vikings before going down with an injury. Despite only playing 17 games in two full seasons with the Vikings, Bradford showed that he is still a viable starting QB in this league, assuming that he can stay healthy.
In 17 games with the Vikings he completed more than 72 percent of his passes while throwing for over 4,200 yards. Bradford also threw for 23 touchdowns in those 17 games while only being intercepted 5 times. Those numbers right there are more than enough for a team to give him a look. A QB that completes nearly 75 percent of this throws, makes smart decision and doesn’t turn over the ball, that is worth having a conversation about.
Of course, with Bradford comes the question of health. If Buffalo were to ever go with Bradford, they would need to draft a QB (or sign a quality backup) as well. At this point in his career, with his history, it’s nearly impossible to trust that Bradford is going to be able to play a full 16-game season. The question of health is absolutely a valid one when it comes to Bradford, but when it comes to Buffalo, they shouldn’t let that be the deciding factor if they think Bradford could get them back to the playoffs in 2018.