3. Zac Robinson
Let’s not beat around the bush — the offensive coordinator’s main job will be to get the most out of his quarterback. Jerry and Stephen Jones can tell us all they want that the running game is the key but the truth is, it all starts with the quarterback in today’s NFL.
That’s why it would make sense to target coordinators with experience either at the position — or coaching it. Kellen Moore, for example, was a former star at Boise State and spent several years as a backup quarterback in the NFL before taking up a headset on the Dallas sideline.
Here, we look at Zac Robinson who was another backup quarterback in the NFL, spending most of his career with the Cincinnati Bengals. He then went into coaching and has been on the Los Angeles Rams staff since 2019, spending this past season as the pass game coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
Robinson was instrumental in getting Baker Mayfield up to speed in 48 hours to play a game for the Rams — and they were able to get the win. He also worked with wide receivers before that, showing he’s well-rounded.
With Sean McVay previously mulling his future with the Rams, Robinson and other staff members have been given the green light to interview elsewhere. Should Dallas be in need of someone to fill Moore’s shoes, Robinson needs to be brought in for an interview.