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Sam Bradford is done for the season, and the burden for the St. Louis Rams has just become a whole lot bigger.
Sam Bradford was running out of bounds when a shove sent him tumbling to the ground.
Bradford tore his anterior cruciate ligament in the fourth quarter of Sunday's 30-15 loss to the Carolina Panthers when he landed on his knee after being shoved out of bounds by Panthers safety Mike Mitchell.
Adrian Peterson peeked up at the video board at the end of his 82-yard touchdown run and saw St. Louis Rams players trailing far behind him.
Two typically reliable kickers missed. Penalties doomed both sides. And a furious, thrilling finish to regulation ended with a dramatic dud in overtime: a tie.
Without his favorite target, Sam Bradford seemed lost. The top pick of the 2010 draft completed a measly seven passes. The St. Louis Rams defense was there to pick him up — by continually knocking down Kevin Kolb.
Before Robert Griffin III took a snap in the first quarter Sunday, two key Redskins defenders left because of injury.
Danny Amendola isn't the sort of wide receiver who keeps defensive coordinators up late inventing new ways to stop him.
Sam Bradford threw for 310 yards and three touchdowns and Danny Amendola caught 16 passes for 160 yards in rallying the St. Louis Rams to a 31-28 win over Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins on Sunday.