Originally Posted by Cowboys&LakersFan
And again it's because he holds on to the ball far too and isn't very mobile. Bradford is like your classic pure pocket quarterback. Can't really get out of the pocket at all. Tony as we all know is the exact opposite. Incredibly mobile, can avoid the pressure and sacks that's why he doesn't get hit or sacked nearly as much as Bradford does.
What you're pointing out makes the Rams 3-2 start under Fisher even more impressive. That team doesn't have close to the talent the Cowboys have but are playing better football. They beat a Seattle team that totally throttled the Cowboys and just beat a 4-0 Cardinals team.