Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Robinson had the biggest game of young career in Sunday's 23-20 win over the Miami Dolphins.
Robinson caught a career-high six passes for 155 yards and two touchdowns, including a 52-yard reception for a score from quarterback Blake Bortles.
"He was awesome," Bortles said, per the team's official website.
The second-year player who was taken with the 61st overall pick last year, said he wasn't going to get too worked up over his big day.
"I expect myself to have good games," Robinson said. "It's about quick memory: bounce back from bad games and bounce back from good games."
Indeed, Robinson did bounce back from Jacksonville's Week 1 loss to the Carolina Panthers in which he dropped two passes and the team as whole struggled with catching the ball.
The 2014 second-round pick said the Jaguars' wide receivers played Sunday's game with a "chip on our shoulders."
"We went out and we wanted to make plays," Robinson said. "We didn't have the game we wanted to play (against Carolina). We expect better than ourselves than we did last week."
In addition to his 52-yard catch, Robinson also had a 36-yard reception in the first half.
His performance earned him praise from former Jacksonville great Jimmy Smith.
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