Denard Robinson

#16 RB / Jacksonville Jaguars / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 215 lb Age: 25 College: Michigan Bye 8,18,19,20,21

Fantasy Points by Week

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  • FANTASY PTS
Own
83%
Start
60%
RB Rank
66
  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Jaguars' Denard Robinson: Finishes year as backup to Yeldon

    Robinson concluded his 2015 season with 67 rushing attempts for 266 yards and 21 receptions for 164 yards. Robinson reached the end zone four times in 2014, but he found paydirt only once this season, scoring a touchdown during the Jaguars 51-16 Week 14 rout of the Colts. With rookie T.J. Yeldon firmly entrenched as the starter, Robinson was relegated to backup duty for much of the year, though he filled in for Yeldon (knee) down the stretch, notching 28 combined carries for 116 yards in Weeks 14 and 15. Looking ahead, Yeldon figures to return as the unquestioned No. 1 back in 2016, so Robinson will battle for an RB2 role, and the team will likely bring in some competition via free agency or the draft.

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    Jaguars' Denard Robinson: Held to nine yards against Houston

    Robinson rushed for nine yards on five carries in Sunday's loss to the Texans. Robinson has had an interesting last month. After collecting at least 70 yards in his previous three games, Robinson was a limited factor in Week 17 with the Jaguars giving Jonas Gray a larger load. Robinson averaged a measly 2.8 yards per carry in the final three games of the season with T.J. Yeldon out of the lineup. He showed little that would indicate that he could challenge Yeldon for carries in 2016, but the 11 catches for 96 yards he collected during the same stretch may lead to a niche as a pass-catching, change-of-pace back.

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    Jaguars' Denard Robinson: 71 yards from scrimmage

    Robinson (foot) had six carries for 20 yards and caught all five of his targets for 51 yards in Sunday's 38-27 loss at New Orleans. Robinson struggled as a rusher last week against Atlanta, and that carried over into Sunday, although the lopsided score had something to do with his low carry total. He's been involved as a pass catcher, however, with 13 grabs for 97 yards over the last two weeks. It remains to be seen if T.J. Yeldon (knee) will be able to play next week at Houston, so keep checking back if you're a Robinson owner.

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    Jaguars' Denard Robinson: Set to fill in for Yeldon on Sunday

    Robinson (foot) is listed as active and starting Sunday's game against the Saints. With T.J. Yeldon inactive, Robinson, who logged 14 carries for 41 yards in Week 15's loss to the Falcons, is in line to head the Jags' backfield once again Sunday, this time against a porous Saints defense that is allowing a league-high average of 137.1 rushing yards per game to date.

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    Jaguars' Denard Robinson: Full participant Friday

    Robinson (foot) was a full participant at Friday's practice and is listed as probable for Sunday's matchup with New Orleans. Robinson had been nursing a minor thigh injury, but he was a full participant throughout the week and is in line to again serve as the Jaguars' No. 1 back Sunday with T.J. Yeldon (knee) doubtful. Robinson struggled on the ground last week against Atlanta, gaining just 28 yards on 14 carries, but he added 46 yards on eight receptions.

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    Jaguars' Denard Robinson: Practicing fully this week

    Robinson (foot) has been practicing fully this week. Meanwhile, teammate T.J. Yeldon (knee) has not practiced this week, which means that Robinson will likely make a second consecutive start at running back for the Jaguars on Sunday against the Saints.

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    Jaguars' Denard Robinson: Expects to play Sunday

    Robinson (foot) said Wednesday that he expects to play Sunday against the Saints, Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union reports. Meanwhile, teammate T.J. Yeldon is still sporting a knee brace, which suggests that if Robinson is able to play this week, he could be in line for another start at RB for the Jaguars this weekend.

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    Jaguars' Denard Robinson: Sprained left foot

    Robinson suffered a left foot sprain during Sunday's loss to the Falcons. Robinson was limited to just 74 all-purpose yards on 22 touches Sunday, and apparently also hurt his foot in the process. At the moment, it's unclear what Robinson's status will be ahead of Sunday's game against the Saints, but the Jaguars say he'll continue to be evaluated. With rookie TJ Yeldon (knee) also on the injury report, fellow running backs Joe Banyard and Jones Gray could see more first-team reps in practice this week.

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    Jaguars' Denard Robinson: Fails to thrive in featured role versus Falcons

    Robinson gained just 28 yards on 14 carries and caught eight of 10 targets for another 46 yards in Sunday's loss to the Falcons. Shoelace failed to capitalize on an inviting matchup as Jacksonville's featured back for the week, averaging just two yards per carry against a Falcons run defense that has been gashed this season. He did some damage via the passing game, particularly in PPR formats, but fantasy owners will be a bit disappointed that he wasn't able to do more with his touches. T.J. Yeldon could return next week against the sieve-like Saints run defense, which would relegate Robinson back to a supporting role.

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    Jaguars' Denard Robinson: Starting Sunday

    Robinson will start Sunday versus the Falcons, John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site reports. Afforded extended run as the Jaguars' starting back last week with T.J. Yeldon removed from the game, Robinson carved up the Colts to the tune of 14 carries for 75 yards and one touchdown. Yeldon's diagnosis of a sprained MCL will keep Robinson in the limelight yet again, which should yield fruit against an Atlanta defense that has allowed a combined 471 yards and five touchdowns on the ground to running backs over the past three outings.

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