Lacking a proven top wide receiver, the Jaguars signed Robinson to a five-year, $32.5-million contract in the offseason that contained $14-million in guarantees in the belief that the former Cowboy could fill that role in 2012. Robinson enjoyed a career-year in Dallas in 2011, establishing career-highs in receptions (54), yards (858) and touchdowns (11), despite playing a reserve role behind Miles Austin and Dez Bryant. In Jacksonville, Robinson ascends to the top of the teamís depth chart at wide receiver and will be paired in the starting lineup with rookie 1st round pick Justin Blackmon. While that sounds promising, Robinson wonít benefit from teams focusing on other quality playmakers and he is ill suited to be a teamís leading wide receiver. He possesses solid size and speed but he has failed to remain healthy and the Jaguars will be his fifth team as he enters his sixth season in the league. In fact it is possible, maybe even likely, that Robinson will see his production go down despite the increase in targets he should see in Jacksonville, provided he remains healthy. Not helping matters is that quarterback Blaine Gabbertís accuracy is a far cry from what Robinson had in Dallas with Tony Romo. Somebody will draft Robinson as a WR3 or maybe even a WR2. Donít let it be you.
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