This stats shows how remarkable Jamon Brown's turnaround has been

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    Agamemnon
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    This stats shows how remarkable Jamon Brown's turnaround has been

    Before the season began, it was unclear how the right side of the Rams’ offensive line would shake out. Rob Havenstein had experience at both guard and tackle, while Jamon Brown played all across the offensive line in 2016.

    Sean McVay dabbled with each player lining up at both right guard and right tackle throughout training camp, but it became evident that Brown was best suited inside with Havenstein on the edge.

    After the first five weeks of the season, there were some doubting Brown’s ability to play right guard for the Rams. While he was doing well as a run blocker, he struggled mightily in pass protection.

    According to Pro Football Focus, no guard allowed more pressures than Brown in the first five games. Since then, he’s turned into one of the best guards in the NFL over the course of the past five weeks.

    Brown’s elevated play has made the offensive line as a whole much better. He hasn’t allowed a single sack all season and has been called for holding only once. He’s played a big role in keeping Jared Goff upright with the team only allowing 13 sacks all season.

    If he can continue this hot streak, the Rams’ offensive line could finish the year as one of the best units in all of football. Quite the difference a year makes.

    Agamemnon

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    InvaderRam
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    can the rams afford both brown and havenstein?

    at some point whitworth and saffold’s contracts are up, and they’ll most likely be replaced with relatively cheap draft picks. just wondering. those two have been a revelation.

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    Agamemnon
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    Too far off to tell. There is a lot that can happen with the contracts for this year and then another year of stuff. We only have Whitworth and Blythe signed for 2020. That is why we want to at least look at offensive line in this draft. But the defense is in more immediate attention.

    Agamemnon

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