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Old 04-13-2006, 05:53 PM   #21
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just watching sportscenter. they asked m. kiper jr. "who would be this years sickest athlete, who would be this years matt jones?" with no hesitation he said m. robinson who he said could go as early as the 4th round but not before that. this tells me if the steelers really want him they will have to either use a 3rd round pick or trade up in the 4th to get him. i think this dude needs to be a steeler.
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just watching sportscenter. they asked m. kiper jr. "who would be this years sickest athlete, who would be this years matt jones?" with no hesitation he said m. robinson who he said could go as early as the 4th round but not before that. this tells me if the steelers really want him they will have to either use a 3rd round pick or trade up in the 4th to get him. i think this dude needs to be a steeler.
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kinda makes the mouth water huh? but it just keeps driving up the price. just about all the hosts on sirius radio agree hed be a perfect fit for the steelers. (kirwan and brandt for starters)
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Nice article......MRob would be a good fit in Pittsburgh.....he is absolutely not an NFL QB but he can sling it and would be a perfect replacement for Randle El in that department...his route running and blocking obviously would need work but that would come in time.....he's a big boy too and can lay some licks on people (at least in college) so special teams would be an option too....
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seems like kiper might have robinson ranked below jeremy bloom as a special teamer. he says robinsons hands are suspect and has him projected as emergency qb, rb, and safety. sounds like this kid can ball if you ask me and just needs a little practice. when asked if he was e. crouch, or randel el, he said hopefully somewhere in the middle. not as good as el throwing the ball or as a wr. i think he just needs practice at his designated position.
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seems like kiper might have robinson ranked below jeremy bloom as a special teamer. he says robinsons hands are suspect.
I have seen Robinson bobble/fumble a punt before, but I never saw a problem with his hands when he was playing reciever. He made an amazing one-handed catch down the sidelines his sophomore year, and he was the "go to" guy as a junior... He may not have been the second coming of Jerry Rice but he certainly has better hands than Randle El.

I always thought El's biggest flaw was his hands.
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