Fisher not concerned with Bradford’s end zone interception

Fisher not concerned with Bradford’s end zone interception

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Fisher not concerned with Bradford’s end zone interception

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by Scott Bierman / FootballStL

KMOV.com

Posted on November 26, 2012 at 6:25 PM

ST. LOUIS (FootballStL) -- Sam Bradford has found himself in the middle of a lot disgruntled fans’ complaints recently due to a lack of accuracy and questionable decisions.

Bradford threw the ball only 17 times, completing eight passes, in the 31-17 victory against the Cardinals.  A second quarter interception in the end zone with his team down 14-7 made a lot of eyes and heads roll.  For Jeff Fisher, he had no concerns about the ill-advised pass from his quarterback.

“He doesn’t let those things bother him. He tried to make a play and it didn’t happen,” Fisher said.  “(Patrick) Peterson made a great play on the ball.  But he doesn’t let those things bother him.  He knows that he can come back and make a play, which he did.”

Bradford did throw a pair of 37-yard touchdowns to Chris Givens and Lance Kendricks after the interception.

“This is a tough defense and his numbers this year reflect how good they are, but at the same time, he made the plays when he got the opportunities to make the plays and make the good throws.”

In the two games against the Cardinals this season, Bradford completed 15 of 38 passes for 346 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions.
 

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