Rams draft Greg Robinson, commit to power run game

Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

You want to know what the offense is going to look like in St. Louis next year? Take a guess.

In case you were wondering if the St. Louis Rams were going to keep running the hell out of the ball in 2014, wonder no more. They used the second pick in the 2014 NFL Draft to take Auburn tackle Greg Robinson. Suffice it to say, that the Rams are going to run the ball.

Check out what Danny Kelly had to say about the Rams' newest lineman:

Robinson joins a Rams' offensive line that already features left tackle Jake Long and as Adam Schefter reports, the Rams plan to play their rookie at left guard, initially. This gives St. Louis the potential to have one of the best left sides in the NFC -- protecting the blind side for Sam Bradford (or whoever starts at quarterback) and leading the way for burgeoning 2nd year RB Zac Stacy.

Yes indeed. The Rams have an offensive line that's mean as hell. And they can at least run the ball with GRob's power blocking.

The question right off the bat is where he starts. Right side? Inside at guard? Guard for a year, and then replacing Jake Long on the left?

We'll know soon enough.

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