His first yr. has been his best one thus far. I mean statwise, he still remains a ferocious hitter, but teams test him more and he seems to get beat, I'm not going to say on a regular basis, but more than he should. This yr. he seemed really exasperated specially at the beginning of the season, but once the defense began to pick up so did his play. The stats don't show it, but he was beat less often, maybe 3-5 times in the second half of the season, and was usually in great positions to make plays. The other thing is that he's becoming a more vocal leader. He seems to be the voice on the defense, I mean Ryans is the top dog, but I think it's always good to have more than one leader and Robinson is filling that role nicely. Even though I may not always agree with what he says, you gotta respect Dunta's honesty.
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