Bradford won't be fantasy-relevant in 2010, and I find it hard to believe his wide receivers -- or the options for A.J. Feeley if he's the "lucky" quarterback -- are going to be significant fantasy contributors. What does that leave? The tight end, kicker, team defense and oh yeah, there's awesome running back Steven Jackson! Having Bradford around should help him, right? I mean, Bradford would add that proverbial air threat that the team lacked the past few seasons. Well sure, Bradford can't hurt, but it would help considerably more if Bradford was a 6-4, 300-pounder with quick feet and strong hands. Actually, it'd be nice if he could be two of those guys.
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