Didn’t really smile while answering questions. He was pretty monotone, too. If you didn’t know any better, you’d swear he had just spent the past three hours studying for an American literature final -- or had just woken up.
He certainly didn’t act like a guy who had the kind of breakout performance NFL analysts and experts have been predicting he’d have for months: six catches, 155 yards, two touchdowns.
"A lot of work I put in, in the offseason, I expect myself to have big games," Robinson said. "It was just about a quick memory -- a quick memory from bad games, a quick memory from great games. You’ve got to bounce back."
“Like I do every week -- each and every week -- try to go out there and make plays for my team.”
We're not surprised by Robinson's bust-out game in year two as the young Jags offense perhaps begins to come together. Robinson, we thought, was a guy to target at the position around the early-middle of drafts. While it's not fair to expect this kind of production every week, the potential is there, and Robinson could serve as at least a low-end WR2 in your league.