I am sure whoever watched the Colts-Chiefs game yesterday got reminded of that 2011 UTL TD by Denard
1:23 mark in the 2011 UTL video
Trying to embed in OP for the first time, so apologies in advance if it does not work. Here are the direct links -
EDIT: The embed seems to have worked, but could not fix the starting time in second youtube embed to 1:23. Mods please fix if you can. Thanks!
Without oversimplifying Robinson’s role in Jacksonville, that is what the Jaguars have to work with in their rookie: He’s about as raw as possible as a pass catcher (Robinson himself admitted at the combine that he has trouble finding the ball downfield) and he’ll force offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch to draw up plays where he is the primary target, but the payoff might be worth it because of how bad Robinson can make defenses look.I think in the short term they should line him up primarily at RB so he can get comfortable with NFL speed and blocking. Hopefully his arm is fully healed because he could definitely moonlight at QB and make defenses pay if they don't respect his throwing ability. http://nfl.si.com/2013/05/29/jags-must-balance-denard-robinsons-athletic...
Robinson and his advisors have selected receiver, the position at which Kentucky's Randall Cobb and Indiana's Antwaan Randle El -- two ex-quarterbacks -- have thrived in the NFL. (Cobb also played some receiver at Kentucky.) But a wise deployment for Robinson might be more similar to the way the Vikings use Percy Harvin. Harvin can line up as a receiver, but he can also line up in the backfield. (He did this at Florida as well.) Robinson, whose elusiveness is similar to Harvin's, would work well in that role.
Please put all other suggestions of "X for Denard" threads here.
Honorificabilitudinitasical1 for Denard-- A thread to suggest and discuss various awards (honors) Mr. Robinson may be in line for this season.
Osseocarnisanguineoviscericartilagininervomedullary for Denard2 -- A discussion of Denard's various body structures (bone, skin, blood, organs, cartilage, nerves, core, cardiovascular, etc.)