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Former Denver Broncos Head Coach, Josh McDaniels, the newly hired Offensive Coordinator for the St. Louis Rams, could make a positive fantasy impact on the already quickly developing, franchise Quarterback, Sam Bradford.

The overly ambitious, yet flawed McDaniels wasn’t ready to take over as a head coach, but he does have a strong recent history as  Quarterback’s Coach (2004 – Super Bowl Champions) and Offensive Coordinator (2007- undefeated regular season) with the New England Patriots.  That year, Tom Brady set a plethora of statistical NFL and franchise records (touchdowns and points), which surely helped fantasy owners.

If the St. Louis Rams can continue to improve and get a big-time, play-making receiver, Bradford could be in store for a very productive Sophomore season in 2011.  Hopefully McDaniels fits in well with St. Louis and Bradford, as better days should be ahead for the growing Rams, not only in the fantasy realm, but in reality too.

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