Bijan Robinson

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215 lbs
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All is in Alignment with Bijan Robinson and Head Coach Raheem Morris
1 month ago

Raheem Morris has high expectations for Bijan Robinson, giving calm to fantasy gamers who have been hurt before.

Raheem Morris has a plan that should make fantasy gamers very pleased. Atlanta Falcons beat reporter Marc Raimondi reports that head coach Raheem Morris stated the Falcons intention is to, “Get the ball to Bijan as much as you can in as many ideal situations as you possibly can.”


Just last week, Bijan Robinson was speaking about his role in the Falcons offense being similar to the great Christian McCaffrey in San Francisco. If Bijan wants to enter into elite territory, following the footsteps of Christian McCaffrey is surely a profitable path. A promising sign for the Falcons is player and coach sentiments being in alignment. 


It is very difficult to find a Falcons offensive player who played under the Arthur Smith regime who isn’t elated with the hiring of Raheem Morris. The changes in Atlanta are creating giddiness in both the players and those drafting them.


The excitement can be seen for Bijan Robinson in our Dynasty rankings where he is ranked 2nd in our running back rankings and is firmly entrenched in round 1 on UnderDog at pick 7 overall.

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Bijan Robinson Eyes a Christian McCaffrey Role in 2024
1 month ago

Seeking to become the number 1 overall running back in the fantasy landscape, Bijan Robinson has his eyes set on a similar path to Christian McCaffrey.

Bijan Robinson says the plan for him in 2024 is to be utilized in a manner similar to Christian McCaffrey in San Fransisco. When elaborating further, Bijan spoke of being utilized as a traditional running back on early downs while on latter downs being used in creative ways out of the backfield via the passing game. 


This is welcome news as it signals a potential increase in snap share for Bijan Robinson. In order for Bijan to mimic anything close to Christian McCaffrey he will need to stay on the field and share less of the backfield with the reliable Tyler Allgeier. 


Head Coach Raheem Morris wants to deploy Bijan Robinson as much as possible. While we can’t expect Tyler Allgeier to be completely irrelevant, this news is music to the ears of Bijan drafters who expect him to take the next step in his sophomore campaign. 


While his 2023 targets were 3rd at the running back position, Bijan Robinson was 19th in carries with 214 and 32nd in red zone rushes with 31. Look for Tyler Allgeier’s 186 carries in 2023 to slim down in favor of Bijan Robinson in 2024. Bijan Robinson is the 2nd ranked running back in our Dynasty rankings at Player Profiler and is going at an ADP of 7 overall in UnderDog Best Ball drafts.

Bijan Robinson Dealing with a Minor Ankle Injury
1 month ago

The second year Falcon is expected to spread his wings when training camp breaks in late July.

Marc Raimondi reported via X that Falcons Head Coach Raheem Morris said that talented second year player Bijan Robinson will be ready in time for veteran minicamp. Bijan Robinson is dealing with an ankle injury that will keep him limited during minicamp, however he is expected to be ready in time for training camp.


It sounds like the Falcons will take precaution by not pushing Bijan Robinson and allow him to heal for when the team reports to training camp in late July. Based on levels of risk tolerance fantasy gamers have, you will see it reflected in some of your Best Ball drafts this summer. While there shouldn’t be a massive shift in Bijan’s ADP, you can expect some rooms to give you a handful of picks discount into the later first round.


As this is a minor injury for now, it is worth monitoring should training camp start and reports come out that Bijan Robinson is not a full go to start things off. Bijan currently has a nice 6.9 ADP on UnderDog in the first round of drafts and is firmly our number 2 running back in Dynasty behind only Jahmyr Gibbs.

The Atlanta Falcons Hire Rams Pass-Game Coordinator Zac Robinson to be their Offensive Coordinator.
5 months ago

Atlanta Falcons head coach Raheem Morris brings Sean McVay disciple Zac Robinson into the fold.

Raheem Morris made sure the carry-on bag for his flight east included a Sean McVay disciple in Rams pass-game coordinator Zac Robinson. Not enough can be said for the Rams late round gems in Kyren Williams and rookie sensation Puka Nacua that have crystalized into 2024 first round ADP players.


The Rams were 4th in red zone pass attempts in 2023. This bodes well for Drake London’s touchdown regression from 2 receiving touchdowns last year as well as Kyle Pitts 3 total touchdowns. With bell cow opportunity share, Kyren Williams 2023 21.3 fantasy points per game will have fantasy managers appropriately excited for Bijan Robinson’s second year breakout.


As Desmond Ridder isn’t even an adequate stand-in for Matthew Stafford, the heat is on the Atlanta Falcons to make an upgrade at quarterback. With the 8th overall pick in the first round of the NFL Draft, the Atlanta Falcons are in a flexible position to pursue quarterback via free agency, a trade for Justin Fields, or boldly moving up in the draft to secure one of Caleb Williams, Drake Maye, or Jayden Daniels.

Raheem Morris Hired as the Atlanta Falcons Next Head Coach
5 months ago

Raheem Morris emerges the victor from a crowded interview pool as the Atlanta Falcons next head coach.

Raheem Morris secures the position of the Atlanta Falcons’ new head coach after emerging as the top choice from a pool of 14 candidates. Having orchestrated the 2021 Rams defense to victory in the Super Bowl against the Cincinnati Bengals, Morris eyes his first Super Bowl trophy as a head coach, while owner Arthur Blank seeks his initial championship win.


Under Arthur Blank’s ownership, the Falcons boast considerable offensive talent, with skill position players highly coveted in fantasy football. Despite the challenges of the now-dismissed coach Arthur Smith, Bijan Robinson maintained an impressive 14.5 fantasy points per game. Drake London anticipates a regression from his 2023 touchdown count of 2 and aims to benefit from a more accurate quarterback in 2024, having recorded 69 catches on 109 targets. Additionally, revelations of Kyle Pitts’ less-than-optimal health in 2023 suggest an increased snap share above 65.1%, setting the stage for the breakout season fans have been eagerly anticipating.


Following a 7-10 record in the 2023 campaign, the Falcons present an enticing opportunity for both veteran and rookie quarterbacks. A turnaround to a 10-7 record is well within reach, positioning the team as strong contenders for the top spot in the NFC South.

Atlanta Falcons Fire Arthur Smith
6 months ago

Atlanta Falcons Fire Arthur Smith

The Atlanta Falcons have fired head coach Arthur Smith. This is a move that every Fantasy owner wanted the team to make all season. The Falcons will now be in the market for a new coaching staff and as of Monday, they join the Washington Commanders and Carolina Panthers in a search for a new coach. The Falcon’s job is very enticing as they will get to work with former first-round picks, Kyle Pitts, Bijan Robinson, and Drake London.


The Arthur Smith lead offense ranked in the bottom third for the season in offensive yards and points. The Falcons drafted Bijan Robinson 8th overall this year. Arthur Smith decided to have him split carries with former 5th-round draft pick Tyler Allgeier. Kyle Pitts was drafted 4th overall in 2021 and ended the 23 season with 53 receptions on 90 targets for 667 yards and 3 touchdowns. Pitts is a hyper-athlete and has never had more than three touchdowns in a season. Drake London was drafted 8th overall in 2022 and hasn’t been able to break 1000 yards in a season. The 6’4″ Wide receiver had four touchdowns in 2022 and two in 2023. For the third year in a row, the Falcons have the 8th pick in the NFL Draft. Look for them to add a new QB at some point this offseason. This opening is very enticing for any head coach candidate as we now shift to coach watch.