Injury: Viking’s Sam Bradford and his knee injury

Last Wednesday, it was reported that Sam Bradford from the Minnesota Vikings suffered from a knee injury that will take him out of the field. All the week they took care of the player and diagnosed him with a MRI. He didn’t played much on Wednesday and Thursday practice. On Friday, a ESPN correspondent talked to the Vikings. The team expressed their concern about the player’s condition but they are waiting with great optimism the results. The team is expecting that the player will recover before Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. That day they will play the week 2 game. However, the head coach from the Vikings talked to the press too and said that the player probably won’t be ready.

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Luck hasn’t been on Bradford’s side as back in 2011 he only played 10 games. In 2013, only seven games because of an injury and in 2014 he didn’t played at all. However, 2016 was the year of the quarterback. He played 15 games with the Vikings and his stats finished with a 3,877 yards with 20 touchdowns. He also did 5 interceptions. He helped the team as he averaged 84.4% on throws. On Monday, Bradford scored 3 times against the New Orleans Saints. Luckily for Minnesota, they can count with Dalvin Cook and Latavius Murray to replace Bradford’s absence. In an emergency, they can also count with Case Keenum.

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In 2016, Keenum marked 2,201 yards, 11 interceptions and helped the Los Angeles Rams with 9 touchdowns throws. He can help the Vikings for a while, meanwhile Bradford recovers from his injury. The team is currently competing for the playoff spot on their league. They have to fight for that place against Green Bay as the NFC North contestants.

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