EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is still getting his first impressions of the NFL entering his second start on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings, but he knew what his main concerns are with the Vikings' defense.
"I think the two guys off the edge, Jared Allen and Brian Robison, studs, very high motor," Luck said this week.
Allen, understandably, often draws the attention from opposing offenses coming off his 22-sack season. Allen is the focal point of blocking schemes and often a target of double-teams. Robison, in his second season as a full-time starter, is starting to gain the notice of opponents too. More games like Robison had on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars and Allen might not be the only Vikings' defensive end getting double-teamed.
Minnesota's defensive line didn't sack Jacksonville quarterback Blaine Gabbert last week, but applied quite a bit of pressure, most of it coming from Robison's side. Robison had three tackles, one f...