I'm very skeptical how good of a team Minnesota really is after the Green Bay game. I feel like they are very one dimensional with Peterson, and ATL is 1st in the league in YPG against the run(against fairly easy rushing opponents). As long as Atlanta clamps down vs the run, they should win this game. They will still have a balanced offense with Coleman at rb. With Harrison Smith out, Julio should have a huge game vs Rhodes without Smith over top. Minnesota will obviously try anything to stop Julio, but he is so damn good. Minnesota has the advantage in that Atlanta is so unreliable to bet on as of late which is scary. Also, Minnesota has the x-factor in their special teams.
Summary: Robinson has been highly rated solely based on his height, weight, and 40 time. I see a corner who refuses to play the run, but then he turns around and isn't as dominant in pass coverage as I want him to be. There are rumors that he didn't play hard as a senior to avoid injury - this really concerns me. I question how much Robinson loves the game. Robinson carries a third-round grade, and he'll likely come off the board anywhere from very late first round to early third round.
Player Comparison: Antonio Cromartie. Cromartie is a talented player who shows inconsistency and severely lacks in run support.