5 sneaky threats the Commanders should worry about at LA Rams in Week 15

Kyren Williams and Kobie Turner lead the sneaky threats the Washington Commanders should worry about at SoFi Stadium in Week 15.

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Commanders can't give Demarcus Robinson room to run

As a former member of the Kansas City Chiefs' famed 'Legion of Zoom' receiver corps, Demarcus Robinson can stretch the field. He's also somebody the Los Angeles Rams will look to if fellow speedster Tutu Atwell isn't able to play.

Atwell entered concussion protocol after taking a hefty thump against the Baltimore Ravens. He was a limited participant in practice on Thursday, but he may not be full go come game time.

If so, Robinson will be the burner of choice of quarterback Matthew Stafford. They combined for this touchdown in Baltimore.

Coping with speed was a major problem for the Washington Commanders against the Miami Dolphins two weeks ago, making Robinson a legitimate threat. He averaged 15.3 yards per reception in Baltimore, one week after burning the Cleveland Browns for 13.8 yards a grab.

A two-deep shell would go a long way toward rendering Robinson a non-factor. But the Commanders can't ignore the Rams' underneath targets.