ST. LOUIS (FootballStL) -- To put it simple: Bradford was not good on Sunday.
After starting the game 6-for-8 for 60 yards and a touchdown, Bradford completed only 17 of the next 36 pass attempts for 110 yards with an interception and fumble lost. It was a big difference from the previous four games when he completed 67 percent of his pass attempts.
The Jets only registered one sack in the game and two quarterback hits on Bradford. Even with open receivers, Bradford was unable to step up in the pocket and connect with the receivers and bounced a few passes short of his targets.
Bradford was outplayed by Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez one week after completing 40 percent of his passes. Sanchez was 15-for-20 with one touchdown in the 27-13 win. The 118.3 quarterback ranking was his highest since Week 1 (123.4) in a 48-28 victory against the Bills.