The decision by Jaguar’s coaches to give Robinson the ball only 18 times in the past two weeks was a surprise and, ultimately, to no avail.
Robinson assumed 60 rushing yards in each of the first three weeks, and the offense had a lot of success overall during that stretch. While they have to split Carey with Travis Etienne, who played the best game of his youth career last week, the Jaguars will probably give Robinson a good amount of touch in Week 6.
The Colts are a tough team to race against, but 40 yards is a number Robinson must cruise on on a weekly basis. So as long as the Jaguar’s coach gives him the ball at least a dozen times, it should be enough to cross that mark.