Eagles Roundtable: Which Player Has Disappointed Most?

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Sep 14, 2015; Atlanta, GA, USA; Atlanta Falcons linebacker Vic Beasley (44) hits Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford (7) as he releases the ball int he second quarter at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports

Jeff Kolsky, Staff Writer

Selection: Sam Bradford

Three weeks into the 2015 season, Sam Bradford has done very little to impress me. Statistics aside, I’ve been disappointed with the former number one overall selection that Chip Kelly traded for in the offseason.

Bradford to me looks uncomfortable playing the quarterback position, unsteady in the pocket, unsure with his decision-making and unimpressive with his arm strength and accuracy.

There is little that stands out that makes me forget about former Eagle Nick Foles and that’s a problem. Whether it’s been the inaccuracy with missing open receivers or the lack of zip on the passes, Bradford has given me the feel of just an average quarterback and not a guy I see as the franchise signal caller.

I get there are many at fault, both players and coaches for why the Eagles have struggled on offense this season, but I’ve yet to see anything that remotely speaks of the potential that Bradford was labeled to have.

I’m looking for that special throw that gives me that wow moment minus a wheel route to a running back which has been his biggest contribution to date. I need to see an entire game and not just a quarter or half of effort.

The worst thing that could have happened to Bradford might have been that week three preseason performance against the Packers and all of the NFL legend quarterbacks that the media compared him to.

Bradford could still put together a season that makes good of the price tag it costs to acquire him, but it’s been far from as advertised three weeks in.