Wan'Dale Robinson Fantasy
- Height / Weight
- 5'8" / 185 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- January 5, 2001 (21)
- 2022 / Rd. 2 / Pk. 42 (NYG)
Wan'Dale Robinson News
New York Giants wide receiver Wan'Dale Robinson will miss the remainder of his rookie season after suffering a torn ACL in the loss to the Detroit Lions in Week 11. Robinson was in the middle of a breakout game, catching nine of 13 targets for 100 yards, but will not get a chance to build on that performance. In his absence, expect Darius Slayton to continue to operate as the team's No. 1 wide receiver, while Kenny Golladay and Richie James will likely see some targets from Daniel Jones. Daniel Bellinger (eye) could also return soon, so he could be in line for a larger role.
New York Giants rookie wide receiver Wan'Dale Robinson (knee) is feared to have suffered a "serious" injury in Week 11, according to Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com. His injury marked a brutal end to what had otherwise been a great day for the rookie, who turned 13 targets into nine catches for 100 yards against the Lions. The turf at MetLife Stadium has long been a catalyst for lower-body injuries, and it looks like Robinson might be its latest victim. The Giants play the Cowboys on Thanksgiving, meaning Robinson needs to recover very quickly in order to play in Week 12.
New York Giants rookie wide receiver Wan'Dale Robinson (knee) has been ruled out for the remainder of Week 11 against the Detroit Lions. He was very involved prior to exiting, hauling in nine of 13 targets for 100 yards through the air. It was the best game of his young career, without a doubt. New York will hope that he can return in Week 12 against the Dallas Cowboys. In the meantime, though, Kenny Golladay and Darius Slayton will lead the wide receiver corps.
New York Giants rookie wide receiver Wan'Dale Robinson is one of the most intriguing rookie wide receivers from this year's draft. The 21-year-old was utilized as both a wide receiver and running back in two seasons with the Nebraska Cornhuskers, showing off his versatility. Then he transferred to his home state of Kentucky to be a Wildcat, where he displayed elite speed, separation, and catching ability despite standing at just five-foot-eight. The Giants selected him in the second round to...