After receiving plenty of scrutiny for his on-field outburst, Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears look…
Tales from the Tape: Danny Amendola
Under new offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, the St. Louis Rams have installed a spread offense that utilizes multiple-receiver sets. As its name suggests, the offense is designed to spread out the defense and create open passing lanes. Rams quarterback Sam Bradford, in his first year under Schottenheimer, has thrived in the new system. He struggled last season under former OC Josh McDaniels, yet after two weeks this year, he ranks third in the league in passer rating (112.4) and completion percentage (71.7). This West-coast style of offense calls for quick passes and easy completions, a system that so far fits Bradford like a glove. His favorite target so far has been receiver Danny Amendola, who caught 15 passes last week against the Washington Redskins. Through two weeks, Amendola ranks first in the NFL in receptions (20), second in targets (25) and third in receiving yardage (230). The connection between...
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