Overreaction Theater: Greatest Show is back!

The Greatest Show on Turf is back, ladies and gentlemen. St. Louis has a high-flying offense again.

Or at least you would think so if you were just judging from the first three drives by St. Louis on Thursday night. But thankfully, we do not overreact like that.

Rookie QB Sam Bradford has led St. Louis to 10 points in three drives on the road at New England. The last drive was without Steven Jackson, who looked great in limited work.

A couple of positives signs from St. Louis is that TE Michael Hoomanawanui looked pretty good with three early receptions, including a nifty one-handed grab. And Donnie Avery had a couple of nice grabs, too.

Let’s see how St. Louis closes out this quarter.

Adam Rank

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