Chip Kelly and Sam Bradford have a problem. His name is Dean Blandino. Don't know who he is? You're not alone. At least until yesterday. Here is how he views it. Now the ball is literally back in Kelly's court. He either has to press his case with the NFL hierarchy that it's probably not a great idea for the league's premier quarterbacks - many of whom run some version of the read-option - to be open targets. Yes, it's a violent game, and injuries will happen. But teams could easily look at what Suggs did, followed by Blandino's rules interpretation, and feel free to tee off on Bradford. Bradford was in the game Saturday night for just one series and got drilled on two of them. That does not bode well for a guy with his history of trouble staying healthy - and on the field.