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Friday, April 10, 2015, 4:28pm
What happens to Saints RB Khiry Robinson?
Robinson will enter his third season with the Saints as third fiddle with Mark Ingram returning and C.J. Spiller signing with the Saints. The landscape looked quite different one month ago with Ingram being a potentially hot free agent and Pierre Thomas being released.
Ingram will be the clear-cut option for snatching up carries after his breakout 2014 season. Spiller is a far more capable runner in the traditional ground game than Pierre Thomas and Darren Sproles the last few seasons.
This means more carries for Ingram and Spiller and less touches for Robinson. The logic entering 2014 was that we'd see more Robinson. Barring injuries, Robinson will likely find fewer opportunities.
Robinson will likely get some work but Ingram proved last year he can carry the load when the Saints turned to the ground game, while Spiller likely gets the Pierre Thomas, pass-catching duties.
Posted by Anthony Stalter
Thursday, December 18, 2014 - 6:50pm
Week 16: Thomas vs. Falcons
Pierre Thomas caught five passes for 83 yards and rushed two times for 11 additional yards in the Saints’ Week 15 win over the Bears. He continues to be the primary pass-catcher out of the Saints’ backfield and was used heavily in the screen game against Chicago on Monday night. He has a great matchup versus an Atlanta defense that is banged up in the secondary and talent-starved at linebacker. Thomas ranks as our No. 25 overall RB for Week 16 and should be viewed as a risky but decent FLEX option.