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Bijan Robinson, the former Longhorn, expresses dissatisfaction with his rookie season in the NFL.



Despite emerging as one of the NFL’s standout rookie stars, Atlanta Falcons running back Bijan Robinson expressed dissatisfaction with his debut season during an appearance on the Up & Adams Show. Robinson, a product of the Texas Longhorns, acknowledged that while a stat line of 976 rushing yards, 214 carries, four rushing touchdowns, 58 catches for 487 receiving yards, and four receiving touchdowns might be considered impressive by many, he personally believes he can do even better.

Setting high expectations for himself, Robinson revealed that he aims for improvement beyond what others might perceive as exceptional. Despite the positive reception of his rookie performance, Robinson expressed a desire to achieve higher standards, citing his belief in his future potential.

Acknowledging the comments from some who felt his debut season wasn’t sufficient, Robinson aligned with those sentiments, emphasizing that he sees it as a good start but has greater aspirations. While he did not explicitly state it, the implication is that his former head coach, Arthur Smith, may not have fully utilized him, contributing to Robinson’s desire for more significant accomplishments.

With a new coach in place, whom Robinson has already shown support for, there is anticipation for an even more remarkable performance from him in the upcoming 2024 season.

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