I agree about thinking Bradford could have been the next Montana. I still blame the Rams for his limited success in the NFL. That line got him killed.
As for Mayfield, he's the ultimate anti-hero. If he plays for your team (thank god he's a Sooner), you love him. Otherwise, you most likely loathe the guy. It is what it is. That said, tell me you guys would have been upset with Rudolph had he acted the same way after the targeting and the PF penalty called on his lineman for pulling off a defensive player that was laying on the QB, taunting him.
It’s almost as if you’ve never seen him play before. In fact the most impressive part of his skillset, what separates him from the rest is what happens when protection breaks down and he’s outside of the pocket. Something that Rudolph doesn’t come close to- His ability to shake would be sacks, run around without being caught, then somehow finding the open receiver for a big gain. He’s done this time and time again for 3 years. You should see his numbers when defenses send 5+ after him, it’s silly. It’s rare to see someone like him turning sure fire negative plays, sacks and tackles for losses into long gains.