Sam Bradford and Drew Brees each threw their second interception of the game in the fourth quarter of Week 14’s St. Louis Rams Vs. New Orleans Saints showdown, which the Saints lead 31-6. Bradford was intercepted in the end zone after getting the Rams within a few yards of their first touchdown of the afternoon. But after three plays the Saints’ MVP quarterback threw an interception of his own, a deep pass to Lance Moore that Craig Dahl came down with for his second interception of the season.
Brees is 25-for-40 for 221 yards, three touchdowns, and two interceptions on the afternoon, a wild game for the quarterback who went into week 14 leading the NFL in competion percentage.
Bradford, meanwhile, has been less perfect than usual; he’s 17-for-28 with 199 yards and two interceptions. The offensive line has struggled to protect Bradford, who’s been sacked multiple times and had a fumble forced deep in the backfield in the first quarter.