It's time to unwrap quarterback Sam Bradford's new toys in a game that matters.
The St. Louis Rams expect to have a much more dangerous offense given Bradford's familiarity with the system in Year 2 with coordinator Brian Schottenheimer.
For the first time in several years, the Rams appear well-stocked at wide receiver, with a rookie who'll line up all over the place, and with speed across the board. That includes the hybrid tight end, plus there's a former No. 1 overall draft pick helping protect another former No. 1.
Bradford is ready to dip into the playbook and show how it'll all work in the opener at home against Arizona on Sunday.