Robinson was a streaky contributor for the Redskins in 2013, totaling 18 catches for 365 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He's averaged over 20.0 yards per catch over his last two seasons but has under 20 catches in each year.
"He'll continue to get better as far as playing receiver and running intermediate and shorter routes so you can find other ways to get him the ball rather than just throwing the deep ball," new Redskins offensive coordinator Sean McVay said in late January.
“Anytime you do that you put fear in defenses. He’ll continue to get better as far as playing receiver and running intermediate and shorter routes so you can find other ways to get him the ball rather than just throwing the deep ball.”
Robinson averaged 22.8 yards on his 18 receptions this season.
Washington finishes the season 3-13, and several changes to personnel and the coaching staff are expected in the offseason.
Robinson caught one pass for 14 yards. Moss caught two passes, but picked up 13 yards. Morgan did not catch a pass, but did gain 4 yards on a rushing attempt. Young had two receptions for 5 yards. They'll take on the Giants Week 17.
One week after surprising with 67 yards on four catches,
Robinson contributed what was perhaps the Redskins' most impressive play of the day, picking up 62 yards on a beautifully thrown deep ball by quarterback Kirk Cousins in the second quarter. The Redskins ended up with nothing to show for it, though, thanks to an Alfred Morris fumble on the very next play.
Robinson wasn't the only wide receiver to step up his play with Cousins under center. Veteran Santana Moss emerged as a preferred target underneath, catching eight passes for 64 yards and a touchdown. Cousins will try to keep both involved Week 16 against the Cowboys.
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