Moses ascends the mountain, views the land of Israel, and then dies. The text says he is buried, but does not clearly specify who actually buries him.
God protects us like the ishon of God’s eye. Most commentators understand ishon to mean pupil. But Rashbam suggests it means eyelid instead.
Moses talks about the poem he will be reciting to the Israelites – prompting Rashbam to share his thoughts on what exactly makes something poetry.
In his commentary on Shoftim, Rashbam references a passage in Ecclesiastes, where he offers a radically different take on the woeful words of Kohelet.
Keeping is key in Deuteronomy 7:9. God “keeps the covenant” when the Israelites “keep the mitzvot.” Rashbam’s has a twist on what God’s keeping means.