Oct 13, 2013; Foxborough, MA, USA; New Orleans Saints running back Khiry Robinson (29) runs the ball against New England Patriots defensive back Duron Harmon (back) and free safety Devin McCourty (32) during the second half at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark L. Baer-USA TODAY Sports

Should Khiry Robinson Start for the Saints?

Is Khiry Robinson the answer to the New Orleans Saints rushing woes?

Robinson had a great game against New England to say the least. He averaged a ridiculous 7.6 yards per carry on his way to 53 yards and a touchdown against what is a very underrated Patriots defense.

So the question is certainly worth asking.

In fact, Robinson has made Mark Ingram (remember him?) an afterthought. Pierre Thomas is a complete player but has been quiet all year. Darren Sproles has his role in the offense and will remain productive, but a consistent presence is necessary to add another dimension to that offense.

At this point it looks like Robinson is that guy.

The Saints offense is not exactly hurting thanks to Drew Brees, but the presence of a running game would make things even easier. Robinson has prove he has what it takes after a slow adaption to the NFL game.

Is it time Robinson sees the majority of the snaps out of the Saints backfield?


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