Robinson, DLF's RB42 (and rising rapidly), has exploded on the scene out of nowhere in 2020, though he was highlighted multiple times this past off-season by DLF due to a combination of promising drafted situation and impressive Illinois State resume'. But no one expected the late release of starter Leonard Fournette nor this kind of production from the undrafted rookie. Through three games, Robinson has produced a 43/210/3 stat line as a runner while producing 129 yards on 10-of-11 targets as a receiver. What's most interesting about Robinson's statistics over this three-game stretch is the fact he's accomplished this while playing less than 55% of the team's offensive snaps.
Robinson's production on limited snaps is an area of concern, especially considering the upcoming return of backfield teammate Devine Ozigbo, who could siphon further snaps and Ryquell Armstead will return later in the season. Or it could be that Robinson's snaps continue to increase as the team increases his workload. Either way, Robinson's shocking rise in dynasty has been a boon for those who added the young rookie earlier this off-season. While it's hard to predict what the future may hold for James Robinson, he's certainly done enough to remain no less than an RB3 in game day lineups. Note the Jaguars also possess four selections within the first two rounds of the 2021 NFL Draft.