Allen Robinson: Jaguars offense can take ‘big step’ in 2016

After a Pro Bowl season, Allen Robinson thinks he's capable of more in 2016.

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Following a breakout season which saw him catch 80 passes for 1,400 yards and 14 touchdowns, what does Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Allen Robinson envision for 2016?


In a Q-and-A with the Jaguars’ official website, the Pro Bowler said he believes he and the Jacksonville offense is capable of improving even more next season now that they know what they’re capable of.

“As a receiving corps, as an offense, I think we have the opportunity to take a really big step,”Robinson said. “Everybody has the capability and the talent to do that. If we continue to put in the same amount of work as we did last year – and even more now that we know the direction we’re headed – we can really take that step as an offense.

Robinson said his goal for 2016 is to become more efficient, hauling in nearly everything thrown his way like Pittsburgh’s Antonio Brown and Atlanta’s Julio Jones do. 

If he does and if the Jaguars offense is indeed able to take the next step, opposing defenses have a lot to be worried about next season.

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