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The Bears defensive line embarrassed the Colts O-line.
I can't imagine a more frustrating rookie debut than the one Andrew Luck endured.
Luck was sacked only three times, but he was pressured on nearly every play. Often, the pressure came so quickly that he was never able to set his feet before being forced off the spot.
The consistent pressure in and around the pocket led to the rookie throwing three interceptions and losing a fumble.
Against the Bears, everybody can shake their head with pity as if to say they understand.
Against the Vikings, that will be unacceptable.
The Vikings allowed the second worst opponent-completion percentage last season, only better than the Colts. They allowed the most touchdown passes in the league (34) and tied for the fewest interceptions (Colts, 8).
In short, this is not a good pass defense.
But they might look that way if Anthony Castonzo and Co. can't block Jared Allen and Brian Robison.