Bradford Remains Starting QB for Cardinals

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Sam Bradford (9) throws against the Washington Redskins during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Even though the outside world wants to see a change at quarterback, no change this week at the position for the Arizona Cardinals. Head coach Steve Wilks announced Wednesday that the team would continue to stick with Sam Bradford at the position for this Sundays home game against the Chicago Bears. “Sam right now is the quarterback, Sam is the guy.”

The Cardinals offense has gotten off to an embarrassing start through the first two weeks of the season, ranked dead last in the NFL, with just six points. Bradford has received most of the criticism for the teams anemic offensive start. “it’s been a frustrating two weeks, just got to keep battling, competing, and finding a way to get better.

Just my opinion, Josh Rosen has yet to take a regular season snap, but with a Bears defense that is ranked 8th in the NFL, the timing to throw Rosen into the fire doesn’t seem to be the right fit.