Former Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson has patiently been waiting for his turn within the Jacksonville Jaguars organization, and it paid off for him today as he rushed for a career-high 127 yards and one touchdown in a win over the Cleveland Browns.
Robinson was in for the inactive Toby Gerhart, who has three less rushing yards on the season than Robinson accounted for in this single game. If you’re a Michigan fan (or Jacksonville fan, for that matter), you could be seeing more and more of those untied shoelaces flopping in the wind.
Robinson also scored his first career touchdown on an eight-yard run in the fourth quarter.
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