Bradford goes from facing one of the weakest pass defenses in the league to squaring off against the best in the league in the Houston Texans. Passing yards and time in the pocket are expected to be very minimal against a defense that allows an average of just 134 passing yards per game and has 14 sacks to its credit.
Bradford hasn't thrown for more than 240 yards in any of his last three games and while he's got five touchdowns to just one interception in that span, he also hasn't faced as strong a defense as he'll see this Sunday. While Bradford has strong weapons at his disposal, expect to see an offensive game plan that focuses much more on the running game.
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