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Random Ramsdom: Apparently Demarcus Robinson has quite the streak going

Los Angeles Rams News and Links for 12/29/23

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Demarcus Robinson has been playing well for the Los Angelpes Rams, and apparently he is hoping to keep his active playoff streak going. Robinson reportedly has been the playoffs in each of his seasons in the NFL and he has a chance to keep that streak going with the Rams. LA still has a lot of work to do, but Sean McVay recently praised the Robinson and he’s looked like a great fit at receiver for LA.

Have much do you think Robinson’s impact has helped LA? Do you think LA will be able to sign him for beyond this season?

Please comment on whatever you’d like and happy Friday!

Red-hot Demarcus Robinson scores points with Rams as they catch playoff fever (latimes)

“Since first making an NFL roster in 2016, receiver Demarcus Robinson has never missed the postseason.

He made it six times with the Kansas City Chiefs — including two Super Bowls — and last season with the Baltimore Ravens.

Now Robinson, who is playing on a one-year, veteran-minimum contract, is looking to keep alive the streak with a Rams team that has vaulted into playoff contention.

“Yeah, man,” Robinson said, laughing, Wednesday. “That’s why I’m like, ‘Hey guys, we got to step it up around here.’”

Quinnen Williams looks identical to Aaron Donald on hit-stick TFL (nfl.com)

New York Jets defensive lineman Quinnen Williams looks identical to Los Angeles Rams defensive end Aaron Donald on a hit-stick tackle for a loss.”

Rams-Giants Preview (cbssports)

“The key is the 2021 Super Bowl champions need to take a big step now or else things will get dicey.

The Rams (8-7) can clinch a playoff berth Sunday by beating the Giants (5-10) at MetLife Stadium, and getting a little help with either a loss by Seattle (8-7) at home against Pittsburgh (8-7) or a tie between Green Bay and Minnesota (8-7).

It has been an unexpected run. Los Angeles was 3-6 going into its bye week. It is 5-1 since, with the only setback being an overtime loss to the NFL-leading Ravens (12-3) in Baltimore.”