4. Wan’Dale Robinson touchdown
A red zone touchdown from rookie receiver Wan’Dale Robinson should be something that fans get used to. On this play, Robinson beat a safety in the back of the end zone and hauled in the easy reception.
The Giants will hope that this play is something that happens often this season. When the Giants added Robinson in the second round, this is exactly what they were hoping he would be able to do.
At 5-8, Robinson will always be one of the smaller players on the field, but he has found his success by being shifty, and faster than opposing defenders.
During his three collegiate seasons, Robinson was dominant in both the run and pass game. He spent time at both the University of Nebraska, and the University of Kentucky. At both places he found success. In 18 games at Nebraska, Robinson recorded 91 receptions, 914 receiving yards, and three touchdowns. On the ground, he added another 580 rushing yards and four touchdowns.
Once arriving at Kentucky, Robinson transitioned into one of the nation’s best pass catchers. He recorded 104 receptions, 1,334 receiving yards, and seven touchdowns in 13 games. Now as he begins his career with the Giants, he could be utilized heavily in all areas of the offense. Early success should give him the confidence he needs to dominate this season.