After throwing eight touchdown passes in a three game stretch, Sanchez came back to earth Monday night against Minnesota.
He finished 21-of-44 for 191 yards and no scores, but perhaps more importantly, still has yet to throw an interception in 2010.
Newly minted weapon Santonio Holmes will have a game under his belt and, with some QB/WR growing pains out of the way, should be ready to leave his imprint against Denver.
The Broncos secondary is a mash unit right now with safety Brian Dawkins and corner Andre' Goodman already declared out. Pass rusher Robert Ayers will also be inactive for the foreseeable future.
The Jets can pick and choose their method of attack offensively, so balance is expected.
Sanchez sports a 114 QB rating in two road games this season.
Losing Mark Clayton, the Rams only true field stretcher, will be a major blow for Bradford. Having already lost Donnie Avery for the year, his cupboard was limited to begin with. Now it's nearing frightening proportions of bareness.
It's hard enough to be a rookie quarterback in the NFL when surrounded by talent, let alone having Mardy Gilyard (another rookie) and undrafted Danny Amendola as your top receiving targets.
You can't blame Bradford for forcing balls into tight spaces because that's all he has to work with. His WR aren't capable of creating vast windows to throw into.
The San Diego pass defense has been stout, but the matchup is inconsequential here. Bradford is a sit for the remaining 11 weeks.