by Jacob Bridges | Cowboys Correspondent | Sat, Aug 12th 3:13pm EDT
Rashard Robinson played a couple of series in the first preseason game, logging two tackles, a pass breakup and an interception.
Robinson, who is locked in as the team's number one corner, was targeted early and often. He looked lost at times giving up a few big plays- the first was on the first play of the game. He managed to redeem himself with the interception and 30-yard return that set up the first points of the night for San Francisco. The interception came on an errant throw caused by pressure from Solomon Thomas. Overall, his performance was solid but he has some work to do if he is going to see opposing teams' number one receiver week in and week out. If the 49ers' front seven can get pressure, Robinson is the type of corner this system needs- big and physical. Normally corner isn't a position to target in IDP but with teams figuring to target the 49ers secondary, he could be a capable fill-in for deeper IDP leagues, but nothing more.