Despite being sacked 12 times through three games Bledsoe seems to be able to overcome consistent pressure.
"He got sacked 4-5 times Sunday, probably got hit another 20. But he still had the ball up in the air and they put up 23 points on the scoreboard. The guy's averaging 30-something points a game and he's passed for over 300 yards per game. Yeah, he's gotten sacked. But sacks are just a statistic. It's not a great statistic. The guy's completion percentage and his ability to make the big-play is astronomical."
Bledsoe has a number of options to go?
"He's got a great receiving corps with (Eric) Moulds and Peerless Price and he's got the young kid from LSU (Josh Reed) in the slot. They're not only great receivers; they're good after the catch. He's got a good running back (Travis Henry). He's got a good tight end (Jay Riemersma). They've got some weapons. They're scoring points. We've got our work cut out for us. Like I say, each week it just gets tougher and tougher. We've just got to rise to the occasion."
Are you concerned that the defensive line doesn't have a sack thus far?
"The sack thing is not that big a deal. The biggest thing is pressure. You want to hit him and bounce him around. You want to try and distract, you want to try and have his arm not be as efficient at the end of the ballgame."