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New Orleans Saints 2014 season in review: Khiry Robinson

Injuries kept Robinson out of six games

New Orleans Saints running back Khiry Robinson missed six games in 2014 because of injury but when the second-year player got on the field he was effective.

He had 76 carries for 382 yards, a robust 4.8-yard per carry average, and three rushing touchdowns. He also caught eight passes for 63 yards.

Best game: In the Saints' 37-31 overtime win over Tampa at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome Robinson carried the ball a season-high 21 times for 89 yards and a touchdown with a long run of 18 yards. His longest run of the season was 62 yards in a week 3 win over Minneosta.

He said it: "I was just doing what I was called to do," Robinson said about his game-winning touchdown against Tampa. "It was a zone play, I seen a big hole, (Zach) Strief, Ben (Grubbs), Terron (Armstead) all had good blocks on their guys so I just tried to pick a hole ... and I ended up in the end zone."

Official team photos of Khiry Robinson vs the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, October 5, 2014. Photos by Michael C. Hebert. (New Orleans Saints photos)

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