Thanks for the heads up. It's difficult to make out foot work on a still, or foot position, unless you see exactly where the ball was to be thrown in any one route. That takes video to put it in context. Viewing the game, it appeared that in some plays, the front foot position was correct. In some, it appeared errant. Those where he was hurried contained more of the errant. He continued to look slow when compared to pre-injury 2011. He is still throwing off of his back foot too often, and has shown no ability so far to simply quick side-step or play action to the left or show us any examples of his old jump passes. I'll continue to watch him as the season progress.........as will everyone else. As much as the Saints game was hyped as being a strong test for our offense, keep in mind that Ryan's 3-4 defense was just recently installed, and was hardly clicking. Schaub can certainly expect to be much more seriously challenged both in pass rush and pass coverage beginning the 1st quarter of the regular season. Only then will we truly begin to have an idea of how he will respond..........and, thereafter through the long season, how long he will "hold up."