Reasons NFL Network analyst is correct in his recent take of Eagles star James Bradberry

Good Morning Football's breakfast table mentioned James Bradberry recently. Here are a coup,e of reasons why their analysis may have been spot on.
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James Bradberry earned a mention on NFL Network's Good Morning Football recently.

The 2022 offseason saw the Philadelphia Eagles upgrade their secondary by signing eventual starters C.J. Gardner-Johnson and James Bradberry. We can officially state that worked out pretty well for them. Both had great seasons. C.J.G.J. tied for the league lead in interceptions. Bradberry earned Second-Team All-Pro honors as both were key to Philly's magical run to a Super Bowl appearance.

Bradberry's talent isn't a secret. Before signing with the Eagles, he spent time with the New York Giants and Carolina Panthers and was well-established as one of the best players in the game at his position. He also earned Pro Bowl honors in 2020. At no fault of his own, however, he played on some bad football teams which led to him being lost in the shuffle.

Recently, he was named on an episode of NFL Network's Good Morning Football as one of pro football's most underrated defensive backs. Check out the explanation by clicking here.

It wasn't that long ago that Giants safety Julian Love made headlines for roasting Nick Sirianni on the same platform He took some shots for that. Some of those shots came from this direction, but in this case, his analysis might be spot on. Here are two reasons why we believe that to be the case.