Bradford's receivers in Philadelphia were really bad at their one job

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Sam Bradford was acquired by the Vikings for the hefty price of two NFL Draft picks - which includes Minnesota's first-round pick next season.

A lot of Vikings fans believe Minnesota gave up too much for a quarterback who's had a history of injuries and ineffectiveness throughout his career.

Bradford played in 14 games last season, tossing 19 touchdowns while posting his highest passer rating (min. 14 starts) of his career.

Even though he posted career highs, Bradford's receivers in the NFL were really bad at catching the football. In fact Philadelphia's receiving core led the NFL in drops last season.

Check out this video of all the dropped passes by the Eagles last year.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvnvyIdos4w

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