Real reason for Sam Bradford’s struggles is…his glutes?
As if the Eagles weren't already the butt of too many NFL jokes.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford has struggled in his first four games this NFL season. Although there are a number of football related reasons that explain Bradford's struggles, one personal trainer believes the root cause is Bradford's butt. Yes, his butt.
Trainer Andrew Hurst published an article claiming that if Sam Bradford could add about 20 pounds of muscle to his butt, then his accuracy would improve.
— Eliot Shorr-Parks (@EliotShorrParks) October 7, 2015
Hurst, who trains with and writes for former NFL player Brian Baldinger's website, firmly believes that Bradford's lack of glute strength is causing problems in his throwing motion. No word yet from Eagles head coach Chip Kelly whether he believes his starting quarterback's butt is to blame for Philadelphia's slow start.
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