Saints Rumors: 5 offensive coordinators to replace Pete Carmichael

In 2024, it will be time for the Saints to head a new direction, offensively

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2. Zac Robinson, Quarterbacks Coach/Passing Game Coordinator, Los Angeles Rams

Next up is Los Angeles Rams quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator, Zac Robinson. Of course, we have to talk about the Sean McVay tree. Not many people are talking about the Rams since they won their Super Bowl a couple of seasons ago, but McVay and his staff are still a superior unit.

This season, the Rams are currently the league's 7th ranked passing attack, and that's oustanding, considering the team was without Cooper Kupp to begin the year. Matthew Stafford has looked energized and is throwing the ball well, and the Rams can hang with most teams when it comes to the aerial attack.

Last year was a bit rough, due to the injuries to Stafford and Kupp, but going back a season further in 2021, Los Angeles was the NFL's 5th overall passing team. Robinson wasn't the pass game coordinator that year, but was an assistant quarterbacks coach.

The point is, Robinson has been under McVay's wing for a few years now and looks to be one of the next in line to have his shot at an offensive coordinator job. Robinson has already received prior interest in a position like this, and it's only a matter of time before he gets it. If he's learned anything from McVay, Robinson can bring some creativity to New Orleans and hopefully open things up a bit more.