if you watch Bledsoe vs. NYG and Bledsoe vs. KC he is 2 completely different players. Against NYG he was slow to get the snap and drop back. Against KC he seemed to sprint back. Against NYG he underthrew passes. Against KC he was perfect at times(see the pass to Witten's location on the 26 yard td) Against NYG he was looking for places to go with the pass rush. Against KC he trusted the blockers. Against NYG he took a 5 step drop. Against KC he took a 8 step drop, which gave him PLENTY of room once he stepped back up in the pocket. the rest is obvious.