The Baltimore Ravens should give Tavius Robinson a lot of work
It has been an up-and-down season for the fourth-round rookie from Ole Miss. Tavius Robinson was praised when he was drafted because he was more mature physically and was expected to make an impact right away. However, he has played just 27% of the defensive snaps and has just one sack this year, along with eight pressures.
He has played sparingly and has been the fourth rusher. Still, he also has shown special teams value, and he has flashed in moments that make you think he could continue to be a depth rusher in the NFL. Sunday may be a chance to get the most snaps of his career.
He played 55 snaps against the Colts before Kyle Van Noy was in the mix and when Odafe Oweh was injured. Now, the Ravens will not make either rusher inactive, but they would love to rest those two as much as possible. That should mean that Robinson gets a full workload. What type of flashes can we see?