The Tony Romo-to-Laurent Robinson connection continues to pay dividends for the Cowboys.
Romo has completed a touchdown pass to Robinson inside the red zone in six of the Cowboys' last seven games.
Four times the touchdown has come on third down.
"He finds a way to get in the quarterback's vision and create a throw that the quarterback wants to make," Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said of Robinson. "He's done that throughout the season and he's been a big addition for us."
Robinson scored the Cowboys' lone touchdown in their forgettable 34-7 loss Oct. 30 at Philadelphia on a 70-yard pass from Romo in the fourth quarter, but it's what Robinson has done near the goal line that's meant the most to Dallas.
Robinson is continuing to score TDs despite the return of Miles Austin. In fact, all three receivers are still nice plays in your lineup. There is a risk Robinson gets that clunker of a game considering he's technically a WR3 on the team, but we haven't seen any signs. The Cowboys play host to the Eagles on Christmas Eve.