ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Coach Jeff Fisher might add a few more plays to the game plan for the St. Louis Rams' second preseason game.
Middle linebacker James Laurinaitis said it's not about the calls, but how they'll be executed in the Governor's Cup game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Saturday night.
"We could go out there and play our base defense every snap and it should look a lot better," Laurinaitis said Thursday night. "In the NFL, you're not going to outscheme anybody.
"It doesn't matter what the call is, you've got to play it, and I think we'll be a lot more confident in Week 2."
Laurinaitis got caught on a blitz on Andrew Luck's first pro pass, a simple dump-off to Donald Brown that broke loose for a 63-yard touchdown on the Colts' opening snap. Laurinaitis pointed out the Colts went three-and-out on their second series.
"The preseason doesn't count, but it matters," Laurinaitis said. "We have to do a better job this week, and we know what. There's a greater sense of urge...