A Fleshner Fantasy wrote:
AquaMan2342 wrote:Is Denard Robinson already one of college football's most dangerous players? Scary to think that it only takes a bit of space and he could go all the way almost every time he has the ball.
No, he isn't. Denard Robinson should be nothing more than a very very situational player at QB. He only threw 2 passes that weren't incomplete and they were both picked off. Denard Robinson is not a viable option at QB and until he learns to throw the ball, he should not be used in the game. Even if Forcier gets hurt, I would argue that Sheridan should get a majority of the snaps that occur in passing situations.
One pass was a bad pass, the other was an excellent play made by the defensive player. He was encouraged to take chances throwing the ball down the field.
I seriously hope you are joking when you say he "should not be used in the game" until he learns to throw the ball. The guy is a home run waiting to happen with his legs alone. Lol @ defenses knowing this guy is going to run the ball and he still leaves them in the dust.
I'd also rather see him get the majority of all snaps if for some reason Forcier was unable to play. I'd rather see a guy with an unlimited ceiling get the majority of the snaps and take the ups and downs then watch Sheridan play again.
He's incredibly raw, but is arguably their most dangerous player. His speed alone is enough to force defenses to honor his abilities in game planning. He will (and should) continue to play a lot.