A look at a player who gave his team a significant boost in Week 4.
How about a little recognition for the defense?
Robbins disrupted the Seahawks' running game, which averaged only 2.7 yards per attempt. He tackled Leon Washington for a 1-yard loss on third-and-1. He stopped Washington for no gain another time. Robbins tipped two passes, knocked down Seattle quarterback Matt Hasselbeck once and made the game-clinching fumble recovery.
Overall, Robbins gave the Rams exactly what they wanted from him when St. Louis signed the veteran as a free agent from the New York Giants.
Hall was also impressive. He capitalized on the Seahawks' problems at offensive tackle, collecting 2.0 sacks and forcing the fumble Robbins recovered.