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we hardly see Dunta Robinson at all during the game....


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and that he means he is doing his job very well. Meachem and Colston were complete non-factors yesterday.

the only time you see Dunta is if he makes a tackle during a running play. make no mistake, Henderson would have caught that ball and scored had Dunta not gotten that arm on him at the last second.

worth every penny so far imo

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Robinson has been great this season. Other than the 'no touch' on Ward in week one, he hasn't had any bone-headed plays. He got beat yesterday, but he made up for it, got to his man, and he made up for getting beat by getting on him as soon as the ball made contact with the receiver. That's what good corners do. Robinson has been every bit as good as we had hoped. ****, I don't think the announcers even mentioned Colston or Meachem's name yesterday.

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Ok, not hating, just injecting a dose of truth.

Robinson was OK, not great.

He got burned badly on a fly pattern by Henderson but fortunately Henderson bobbled the ball. Credit to Dunta for hitting Henderson as he bobbled the ball and helping insure the ball fell incomplete.

On an all out blitz in the third quarter, Robinson was cooked by Henderson on a quick slant Henderson dropped the ball.

Then on the Saints drive in overtime, Lance Moore cooked Dunta on a slant to put the Saints into FG position. We'd all remember it if they made the FG.

Last week Dunta Robinson was fantastic. Phenomenal. Yesterday he was just OK.

Now if you want to talk about a CB that is being avoided, that would be Brent Grimes.

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Ok, not hating, just injecting a dose of truth.

Robinson was OK, not great.

He got burned badly on a fly pattern by Henderson but fortunately Henderson bobbled the ball. Credit to Dunta for hitting Henderson as he bobbled the ball and helping insure the ball fell incomplete.

On an all out blitz in the third quarter, Robinson was cooked by Henderson on a quick slant Henderson dropped the ball.

Then on the Saints drive in overtime, Lance Moore cooked Dunta on a slant to put the Saints into FG position. We'd all remember it if they made the FG.

Last week Dunta Robinson was fantastic. Phenomenal. Yesterday he was just OK.

Now if you want to talk about a CB that is being avoided, that would be Brent Grimes.

Agree with all of this and especially the part about Grimes. I know a lot of people want to see Owens starting but Grimes has proven that he deserves his starting position.

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I hope Dunta Robinson is finding a lot of satisfaction in the way the Houston Texan secondary is getting lit up.

There was a lot of finger-pointing and ho-humming when he left.

Yeah the Texans passing defense so far this season is the worst in the league statistically, and it's by a decent margin.

What happened to all those writers/fans down there who were talking tough about how much Robinson sucked and how they were better off without him?

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