Coach Jeff Fisher is determined to keep everyone guessing for the rest of the preseason.
So you can expect two more conservative game plans from the St. Louis Rams.
Rookie wide receiver Tavon Austin has yet to show his breakaway capability.
Tight end Jared Cook, the other major skill upgrade on offense, has one catch.
There's not been a lot of pump-faking and misdirection on offense, nor much blitzing on defense.
Last week's 19-7 loss to the Packers was marred by mistakes and missed tackles, leaving such a sour taste that Fisher scheduled wind sprints after Monday's practice.
The Rams had nine penalties for 52 yards, many of them for simply lining up incorrectly.