“He can play better. … At times, he holds the ball a little too long. … His decision-making isn’t as quick as we need it to be. … He’s young, but we expect more.” said Bradley via the Florida Times Union.
Bortles was 15-of-27 passing for 146 yards and one interception making it two straight games without a touchdown pass.
Later in the press conference Bradley took a moment to praise Bortles, preventing a full on throw him under the bus routine.
“He appears to be strong and very confident. I think he wants to give more and wants to produce more. … We’ve seen progress in his decision-making; he’s throwing fewer interceptions. … We don’t want to take away his freedom to make plays.”