Coming off a highly disappointing sophomore season, Bradford received a huge vote of support from new head coach Jeff Fisher when the Rams dealt the No. 2 overall pick and the right to draft Robert Griffin III. Fisher believes Bradford has the ability to be a top-notch starter in the NFL if surrounded by the right pieces. Bradford battled through an ankle injury that still wasn't fully healed until near the end of the team's off-season program and stumbled to a 6-6 touchdown-to-interception ratio while completing just 53.5 percent of his passes in 10 games last year. The receiving corps wasn't improved dramatically, but the pass protection should be better and Bradford is likely to enjoy a solid rebound in his third season.