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Garrett Bradbury stands up Jordan Davis

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The Minnesota Vikings didn’t have a lot of good things happen in a 24-7 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.

From the start, the Vikings offense struggled. They were missing blocks, quarterback Kirk Cousins ​​wasn’t seeing the field well or making great decisions. Along with that, the receivers got beaten up by press coverage and got visibly frustrated on the field.

There were a few solid performances during the game and one of them was surprisingly center Garrett Bradbury.

With a PFF grade of 66.0 and one of the best pass-blocking grades of his career at 71.0, Bradbury showed up in a big way against the Philadelphia Eagles.

In the second quarter, Bradbury had one of the best pass blocking reps of his career when he stood up first-round pick DT Jordan Davis.

Davis is one of the most athletic players of all-time according to Kent Lee Platte’s Relative Athletic Score. Ranking only behind Megatron Calvin Johnson, Davis ran a 4.78 40-yard dash at 6’6″ and 341 pounds. On this play, Bradbury did what we wanted from him his entire tenure with the Vikings: anchoring in pass protection.

This wasn’t the only instance of Bradbury anchoring as he had a couple of other instances in the game. If Bradbury can keep this up, it would be a huge benefit for the Vikings.

Story originally appeared on Vikings Wire

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