Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford is starting to feel confident in the Eagles' offense.
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In the Philadelphia Eagles’ Week 9 win over the Dallas Cowboys, quarterback Sam Bradford threw for nearly 300 yards, one touchdown, and most importantly, he did not have a turnover. After missing most of the last two NFL seasons with injury, Bradford feels like he’s finally starting to get the hang of things.
“Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve kind of found what we’re good at” Bradford said, per Sam Donnellon of the Philadelphia Daily News. “Some pass concepts and things that I’m comfortable with, that we’re comfortable with. We just kind of repped those, so we’ve gotten good at those. We’re just gonna go run those plays on Sunday.
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“And I think maybe for a while, it was just finding what it is that this offense, this year, what we’re going to be good at. What we’re going to attack people with.”
Since Week 3, the Eagles are the NFL’s second-best rushing team. Bradford, however, has managed just 10 touchdowns in the passing game through eight games. However, with a much improved defense, the Eagles can win games with a run-first approach.