Rams News: Zac Robinson Wants To Keep Jared Goff On ‘Trajectory He’s On Right Now’
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Although there has been plenty of speculation regarding Jared Goff’s progression in recent years, it appears Zac Robinson is not looking to fix what is not broken.

Robinson is set to take over as the Los Angeles Rams new assistant quarterbacks coach. Of course, his top priority will be making sure Goff continues to develop into the franchise quarterback the Rams drafted him to be.

It is no secret that Goff has made some tremendous strides over the past two seasons. Robinson is looking to keep that momentum going moving forward.

According to Rams Insider Myles Simmons, he wants to make sure Goff continues to progress at the rate he is at:

“Obviously I’ve been a huge fan of Jared’s game since he was in college,” Robinson said. “And following his career so far and watching every throw that he’s made in the NFL, and just staying in tune with what he’s doing. But obviously, he’s a great player. So I’m excited to get to be around him and hopefully help continue to develop him. He’s so good in such a natural player right now that you just kind of want to keep on the trajectory he’s on right now.”

There is certainly plenty of truth to Robinson’s comments. While his career may have gotten off to a rough start, Goff has finally managed to show why he was taken with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.

Despite some shaky performances down the stretch, Goff is still coming off a stellar 2018 campaign. The 24-year-old threw for 4,688 yards, 32 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions en route to leading the Rams to Super Bowl LIII.

There is no question that he is still far from a finished product. Regardless, the onus will be on Robinson to ensure that Goff maintains his promising progression.

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