Los Angeles Rams: Is the NFC West the best conference with Sam Bradford in Arizona?

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With quarterback Sam Bradford heading to Arizona, the NFC West may now be the best division in football, with the Los Angeles Rams and San Francisco 49ers now leading the way.

The Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers, and Seattle Seahawks may have some of the best starting quarterbacks in the National Football League. Now, the Arizona Cardinals may find themselves in that mix as they are slated to add a familiar name to fans of the NFC West.

Sam Bradford, who you may remember was the would be franchise quarterback for the then St. Louis Rams, is back in the division.

Good, bad, or no difference?

Bradford, who briefly enjoyed a run of good fortune and good health most recently with the Minnesota Vikings, will look for another resurrection in Arizona.

Which may beg the question, with a healthy Bradford, is the NFC West the best division in the NFL given the talent each team has at the quarterback position?

In no particular order, the division boasts:

Jimmy Garoppolo with the San Francisco 49ers.
Jared Goff with the Los Angeles Rams.
Russell Wilson with the Seattle Seahawks.

And now maybe Arizona, at least for one season which is what the Cardinals will bring Bradford in for, could add to that.

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Before Kirk Cousins made a decision to go to the Minnesota Vikings, the Cards were rumored to be one of the few teams the former Washington Redskins quarterback was considering. Clearly with Cousins decision all but sealed, teams were scrambling to sign the best of what is still available prior to the NFL Draft still yet  to come.

Without a doubt, Bradford has shown flashes. If he can manage to stay healthy, and with an equally healthy Larry Fitzgerald and the possibility that they might still bring back Adrian Peterson, the NFC West could very well be the best division top to bottom in the league.