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Knock on Robinson has been health not talent.

 

If he can stay healthy and Bulger can stay on his feet you could see 700-900 yards 5 TDs....a nice complimentary player to Donnie Avery and a low end flex starter or bye week fill in at your second or third WR spot.

 

Probably more value in a performance scoring versus a PPR system (not really a possession kind of guy)

 

Best of Luck,

WashD

 

(edit to add note about performance versus PPR)

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He had a good pre-season and the coaches here have been very complimentary. He has shown really good hands. There are just so many questions regarding this team.

 

Bulger has not and will not take a snap from center until tomorrow, and no one knows how that will go, although he has been throwing. The O-line is a HUGE question-mark still, though Alex Smith is finally starting to look like a first-round draft pick instead of a lost rookie. Donnie Avery is back (early) from a broken bone in his foot, but will that be a problem that will linger? Everything looks fine for SJax, but there is really nothing available to spell him or provide a change of pace. Gado is officially the #2, but he has been unimpressive.

 

My opinion as a homer is that Robinson would be a great WR3 if the Rams become an above average offense, which is a stretch. More likely IMHO is that Avery is the only receiver that will have value this year and he will be marginal at best.

 

Crystal ball time. :wacko:

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He had a good pre-season and the coaches here have been very complimentary. He has shown really good hands. There are just so many questions regarding this team.

 

Bulger has not and will not take a snap from center until tomorrow, and no one knows how that will go, although he has been throwing. The O-line is a HUGE question-mark still, though Alex Smith is finally starting to look like a first-round draft pick instead of a lost rookie. Donnie Avery is back (early) from a broken bone in his foot, but will that be a problem that will linger? Everything looks fine for SJax, but there is really nothing available to spell him or provide a change of pace. Gado is officially the #2, but he has been unimpressive.

 

My opinion as a homer is that Robinson would be a great WR3 if the Rams become an above average offense, which is a stretch. More likely IMHO is that Avery is the only receiver that will have value this year and he will be marginal at best.

 

Crystal ball time. :wacko:

 

I thought his preseason has been pretty darn impressive. (For a Ram anyway).

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