(Author’s note: The reference to a certain presidential candidate's headgear is not a reflection of BRB’s political standings. BRB is still a no-politics zone. The joke is only a reflection of my burnt orange-colored hatred of Sam Bradford.)
The Houston Texans’ 2016 season hasn’t gone exactly to plan. The offense hasn’t fully clicked. The defense is without J.J. Watt and has struggled to stop the run this season.
But that all could change with a win over the Vikings — the current darling of the NFL. The Vikings have dealt with equality devastating injuries to Teddy Bridgewater and Adrian Peterson.
The Vikings’ hopes are now pinned on Sam Bradford. The former Oklahoma quarterback hasn’t found a home yet in his seven-year NFL career, but he’s made a strong first impression in his Vikings tenure.
Still, the mediocre Sam Bradford is still looming under the surface. It’s the Texans’ job to bring it out.