Originally Posted by Reynard369
Or because Sam Bradford is not very good.
I'm still holding out hope for Bradford, but he certainly hasn't been as good as everyone hoped. I don't think Aaron Rodgers could have put up good numbers on last year's Rams team, so I try to disregard that season. Also, he's had three different offensive coordinators in three years. And this year's receivers just can't get any separation at all, so his only option is often Amendola.
That said, there are lots of quarterbacks who succeed in bad circumstances.