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It looked like Aldrick Robinson would be a big piece of the Redskins‘ offense, given his speed in the absence of Pierre Garcon. But Robinson dropped the ball on the first offensive play from scrimmage and didn’t wasn’t targeted again until late in the fourth quarter when Santana Moss was out with a concussion.

Robinson took responsibility for the drop but didn’t think his almost nonexistent role the rest of the afternoon was based on that.

“It was just the flow of the game. The flow of the game didn’t go the way that my plays were going,” he said. “It wasn’t because I dropped the ball.”