• Khiry Robinson

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Scouting report

by Chris Kucharski

NYJ RB Khiry Robinson - 2016 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
Khiry Robinson comes over from New Orleans to give the Jets some depth a running back. Although, he is third on the depth chart, New York has confidence Robinson can step in if something happens to Matt Forte or Bilal Powell. Robinson did score four touchdowns in only eight games for the Saints.

Fantasy Downside
Robinson has never played more than 10 games in a season and has only three career starts. He is not likely to be a factor in the Jets offense unless there is an injury in front of him.

2016 Bottom Line
There is little to no value with Robinson. He is not getting drafted and despite being ranked the 80th in the 4for4 rankings, there is no reason to consider him for your fantasy team unless something changes with the Jets running back situation.

by Anthony Stalter

NO RB Khiry Robinson - Week 8, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 8 vs. New York Giants
Khiry Robinson rushed 14 times for 28 yards and two touchdowns in the Saints Week 7 win over the Colts. Mark Ingram owners were none to happy to see Robinson vulture two scores, despite Ingram turning his 14 carries into 115 more yards on the day. Despite the two-score effort, Robinson doesn't receive enough touches to be a reliable flex option. Leave him on your waiver wire.

by Anthony Stalter

NO RB Khiry Robinson - Week 7, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 7 at Indianapolis
Khiry Robinson rushed seven times for 23 yards in the Saints Week 6 win over the Falcons, while adding two catches for 24 yards. Robinson continues to receive more touches than C.J. Spiller (who he continues to out-produce), but he doesn't see enough opportunities to be fantasy relevant. Leave Robinson on your waiver wire.

by Anthony Stalter

NO RB Khiry Robinson - Week 4, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 4 vs. Cowboys
Khiry Robinson rushed seven times for 12 yards with one touchdown, while also adding two catches for eight yards in the Saints Week 3 loss to the Panthers. Mark Ingram owners couldn't have been pleased when Robinson received a goal-line carry in the fourth quarter. Sean Payton continues to give Robinson opportunities in his directionless offense, but those touches may soon go to C.J. Spiller. Robinson doesn't receive enough volume to be considered a viable fantasy option.

by Anthony Stalter

NO RB Khiry Robinson - Week 1, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 1 at Arizona
With C.J. Spiller out with a knee injury, Khiry Robinson figures to see some touches behind Mark Ingram. The problem for desperate fantasy owners looking for RB help this week is Ingram proved last year he can be an every-down back. So even with Spiller out, Ingram should still see opportunities in the passing game, especially after holding up well in pass protection last season. Robinson is ranked as our RB43 for Sunday and isn't a viable option for fantasy owners this week.

by Anthony Stalter

NO RB Khiry Robinson - 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
Khiry Robinson is a talented runner who consistently gains yards after contact and is serviceable in the passing game. On 130 career carries, Robinson has rushed for 586 yards (4.50 yards per carry) and four touchdowns. Mark Ingram, who was re-signed this offseason, has played a full 16-game schedule only once in his career (2012) while C.J. Spiller was limited to nine games last season due to a broken collarbone suffered against the Vikings on October 19. If either Ingram or Spiller were injured, Robinson would be in store for a significant role in the Saints’ backfield.

Fantasy Downside
Robinson is buried on the Saints’ depth chart and will need Ingram or Spiller to miss significant time if he’s going to have an impact in fantasy this season. With Ingram expected to be the workhorse back and Spiller contributing on passing downs, there won’t be many touches left for Robinson, who finished as fantasy’s No. 61 running back last season.

Bottom Line
Robinson’s fantasy valued is tied directly to the health of Ingram and Spiller unless the Saints decide to trade the third-year back before the start of the season. As our No. 71 RB for 2015, Robinson will go undrafted in 10 and 12-team leagues but is worth monitoring as a waiver wire addition if Ingram or Spiller were to fall victim to injury.

by Anthony Stalter

NO RB Khiry Robinson - Week 17, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 17: Robinson vs. Bucs
Khiry Robinson rushed twice for seven yards while adding one reception for an additional five yards in the Saints' Week 16 loss to the Falcons. Mark Ingram continues to be the lead back in Sean Payton's offense, which means limited work for Robinson. Leave him on your waiver wire.

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