He’d rather the focus be on finally winning some games.
“The most important thing is helping my team on the [field],” Robinson said Friday. “Nobody wants to have that feeling how they had last year. We’ve had a lot of long offseasons and for me that’s not something that I want to have again.”
Robinson has won just nine games in his three-year career — he missed the Jaguars’ victories over the New York Giants and Tennessee Titans late in 2014 — and the Jaguars are coming off one of the worst seasons in franchise history. The team went 3-13, offensive coordinator Greg Olson was fired in late October, and head coach Gus Bradley was dismissed with two games remaining in the regular season.
Before the season began, the Jaguars were a trendy pick to be a playoff team — but it was evident by mid-October that the franchise was headed for its ninth consecutive season without a winning record.
Robinson, whom the Jaguars took with the 61st pick in 2014, had a breakout year in 2015, catching 80 passes for 1,400 yards and a franchise-record 14 touchdowns, and it appeared he would be getting a new deal sometime before the 2016 season began. But the team’s struggles combined with his own — he caught only seven fewer passes but his yardage dipped to 883 — kept that from happening.
That’s why he’s putting his focus on victories this year, because he figures if the victories come it’ll be…
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