Ron Jaworski has been studying 2012 game tape ahead of the 2013 season and diagnosing quarterbacks weaknesses and strengths ahead of the season. Earlier he predicted that Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill will make a big leap in 2013. Now he is criticizing St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford, or zeroing in on the area he needs to improve.
“Too many interceptions,” Jaworski said, via ESPN. “And it’s a red zone game. You can’t be a high-level quarterback if you can’t execute there.”
That simple lack of execution is what is holding Bradford back according to Jaws. There is no debate about his arm strength or ability.
“There’s never been a question about Bradford’s arm talent,” Jaworski said.
Bradford has the “throwing skill set to be a top-ten passer in this league,” Jaws said.
The St. Louis Rams have done their part to bring in parts for Bradford to work with. They signed free agent tight end Jared Cook from the Tennessee Titans. They took a dynamic wide receiver, Tavon Austin, in the draft.
Austin has said he’s been clicking with Bradford and is enjoying being one of Bradford’s weapons in what hopes to be a potent offense.