Rams WR Ben Skowronek reflects on his career debut | Comment on Rams Revealed Ep. 91

The celebration may have been lacking. However, the sincerity was not.

Following his first professional touchdown, a go-ahead rushing touchdown deep in the third quarter to lift the Rams to victory over the Carolina Panthers, Ben Skowronek’s only regret was a lack of foresight.

“I didn’t have anything planned,” Skowronek said of his end zone uncertainty. “The celebration was not good.”

Fortunately for the Los Angeles Rams, the execution was perfect. Allen Robinson II blocked two Panthers on the perimeter as Skowronek found an open field on a 17-yard run, with a top speed of 19.45 miles per hour, according to NextGen Stats.

“Next time I might think of something Saturday night before the game,” the second-year receiver added.

The best touchdown celebrations in Los Angeles, at least as long as Odell Beckham Jr. remains a free agent, belong to tight end Tyler Higbee. Although he is yet to register a score in 2022, his repertoire is deep and proven. And so it meant a lot to Skowronek that someone he looks up to as a mentor cared more about the drama than the gesture – or lack thereof – that followed.

“I was talking to Higbee this morning about it,” the 25-year-old said. “(He told me), ‘That was the most excited I’ve ever been for a touchdown.’ Higbee has kind of taken me under his wing over the last two years.”

“That play right there was such a good display … seeing the guys so happy for their teammates,” Sean McVay told us Monday on the Coach McVay Show. “They were fired for it and that’s what you love.”

Skowronek is our guest on Rams Revealed this week. And during the conversation, he documents his progress within the offensive system, breaks down how Van Jefferson’s return could unlock more of the playbook, and previews the all-important Week 8 matchup with San Francisco.

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