Quarterback Drew Bledsoe has had a rough stretch since the Week Nine bye for the New England Patriots. The team has lost three consecutive games, and Bledsoe himself has been mired in the worst slump of his career.
In the last three weeks, Bledsoe has thrown nine interceptions and has been sacked 13 times. He has just four touchdown passes over that stretch, and the slump has been anything but fun for him.
"It's been a very frustrating three weeks," Bledsoe said. "To have this offense and not be able to put up points is an extremely frustrating thing. I would like to think that at this point in my career that I would be beyond that and we would be able to score against anybody. It hasn't happened for us."
Sunday night's game won't be any easier, as the Dallas defense is strong against the pass. However, Bledsoe's feels it is up to the Patriots to get the offense going again.
"I don't think it's a situation where guys don't know what they are seeing," Bledsoe said. "We just have to execute better."