St. Louis: A slightly improved offensive line with Scott Wells gave Sam Bradford more time; after giving up 55 sacks a year ago, Bradford was comfortable under center, hardly using shotgun during his first couple drives.
Despite going 7-for-9, Bradford still makes high throws when rushed.
The backup line struggled in pass blocking for Kellen Clemens, nearly getting him killed on two Jerry Hughes sacks, in which he came in unabated.
Undrafted rookie Austin Davis showed a quick release and the confidence to throw in traffic, but also the bad habit of staring down his defender too long prior to the throw.
Indianapolis: Andrew Luck’s first pass was a 63-yard slip screen to Donald Brown; Luck didn’t sweat the rush and calmly looked the ball into Brown’s hands. Offensive line is upgraded with Samson Satele, but former Eagles backups, Mike McGlynn and Winston Justice, put Luck’s blind side in jeopardy early.
Luck seems comfortable throwing on the run, which he may have to d...