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  • r8rh8rmike
    Bonsignore: Rams offensive lineman Greg Robinson is finally living up to his hype
    r8rh8rmike
    Bonsignore: Rams offensive lineman Greg Robinson is finally living up to his hype

    Aug. 23, 2016
    Updated 10:42 p.m.


    After three weeks of training camp and two preseason games in which he's graded out as well as anyone on the roster, Rams offensive tackle Greg Robinson, left, is reaping the rewards of the urgency he approached camp with and the comfort level he now has in his surroundings.MARCIO JOSE SANCHEZ, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

    By VINCENT BONSIGNORE/ STAFF COLUMNIST

    IRVINE – The wrong way to explain the struggles of Greg Robinson over his first two years with the Rams was that he just didn’t care.

    Or that he cashed in a bonus check befitting the second overall pick in the 2014 draft and throttled down to kick-back mode.

    It might have seemed that way judging by his play on the field. The run blocking he was renowned for at Auburn didn’t consistently carry over to the NFL. The pass-blocking that scouts vowed would improve in a new system and under better coaching never fully materialized.

    And his performance reflected a player drafted much lower than second overall and a motor operating in second gear rather than full throttle.

    The complaints and criticisms and assessments are valid, and Robinson would be the first to admit.

    “I was acknowledged for a lot of big things I did in college, and I know I got off to not such a great start coming into the league,” Robinson said.

    But it would be a mistake to assume it was a personality and professional issue.

    Looking back, Robinson leaped head-first into an NFL game moving faster than he’d ever seen while opening a playbook as vast an anything he could imagine. Everything from the level of play to the elevated study demands were beyond what he’d ever experienced.

    Things were moving just a little too fast, and in retrospect responsibility was thrust on him a bit too soon. In an effort to just keep up, Robinson played rushed, hasty and unsettled rather than in tune, on time and with confidence.

    It didn’t help he was never quite healthy, which meant devoting almost as much focus on pain and recovery as he did his craft and on-field responsibilities.

    But he kept his mouth shut.

    Bad enough he wasn’t living up to the hype as the second pick overall.

    Making excuses would have just compounded the problem.

    He just went about his business the last seven months determined to change the narrative.

    And he arrived at Rams training camp healthy, in shape and more settled in with the playbook and his responsibilities then he’s ever been since leaving Auburn.

    His body now cooperating and his mind finally catching up to the incredible physical gifts, Robinson has been able to shift into full throttle in a way that’s allowed the game to slow down and his performance to elevate to it’s highest...
    12 hours ago
  • RamFan_Til_I_Die
    Peter King Impressed with Rams Fans
    RamFan_Til_I_Die
    Not sure how many of you guys read Peter King from SI, but several of his recent NFL articles are gushing over the Rams fans in the new stadium. Here's a couple of his latest quotes:





    Those of you who have been to the games, do you agree? I was at the Chiefs game, and I kinda agree. Sure they were loud at times, especially at the end when the game was close, but the rest of the game they seemed really quiet. It wasn't until the wave started mid 4th quarter did people start getting really loud. My wife even made the comment on how sad it was that people are so much louder for the wave, than the game.

    Me and my wife would be making noise on defense a lot, especially 3rd downs, and we'd be the only ones in the area doing so. We'd stand up for kickoffs, and we'd be the only ones. It was kinda weird. I think because the tickets were so cheap (under $20 the days before the game) a lot of non football fans were in attendance, which was a contributing factor. Also it is preseason, so it was even hard to motivate myself to cheer sometimes, knowing it's a meaningless practice game being played, so maybe a lot of the real football fans felt the same way.

    Regardless, I think the super loud end of the 4th quarter gave me hope that when it counts, L.A. Rams fans will get loud. Even with the Coliseum being a wide open stadium, having 90,000 people in one place gives us a potential huge advantage when vying for the loudest stadium title. That's a 23,000 person advantage over Seattle. Sure they have some loud fans there, and a stadium with great acoustics for trapping, and amplifying sound, but if the Rams can stay competitive and give the fans something to cheer for, we're definitely in the running....
    1 day ago
  • r8rh8rmike
    10 Quick Takes On Hard Knocks Episode 3
    r8rh8rmike
    Overall, another pretty good episode. I can do without the silly stuff involving Hayes, but once things got past that, it was very interesting and entertaining.

    I'm not sure why, but Fisher has a surfboard in his office. Maybe it's an HBO prop.

    When Fisher was lecturing about correcting things, I couldn't help but think about the fact that after that lecture, the team went on to commit 9 penalties against KC, up from 2 in the first preseason game.

    How impressive was Sims making all those one handed catches from the jugs machine?

    Looks like the tank top narrative is here to stay.

    Goff may still have some work to do, but he's impressing his teammates with his throwing ability.

    Austin Hill's relationship with his daughter was well presented, and touching.

    I love how upset Ogletree got after the opening TD. Love his leadership as well.

    Case Keenum's wife sounds pretty football savvy, especially when calling out plays from the playbook.

    Next week could have some high drama with big time cuts coming.
    1 day ago

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