Now you may be a bit surprised by the title of this slide. Please hold onto your anger for a moment.
Take a look at a few stats for me:
Week 1: 16 targets, 10 catches
Week 2: 5 targets, 2 catches
Week 3: 6 targets, 5 catches
Week 4: 14 targets, 5 catches
Total: 41 targets, 22 catches = 53.6%
Bradford and Clayton have been on the same page a tiny bit better than half the time. They need to be better than that.
Clayton has dropped a few very catchable passes so Bradford is not as much to fault.
As the season goes on, I expect the two will connect on a more frequent basis.
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