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Atlanta Falcons running back Bijan Robinson has his goal set for this season!

The last NFL season saw several youngsters shine throughout the tournament for their teams. CJ Stroud did it for the Houston Texans, Brock Purdy for the San Francisco 49ers, Jordan Love for the Green Bay Packers, and many more. Similarly, it was Bijan Robinson for the Atlanta Falcons.

The youngster got a go from the first game and didn’t disappoint throughout the season. He completed 976 rushing yards, four rushing touchdowns, 487 receiving yards, and four receiving touchdowns last season.

He was one of the best performers on the team and impressed everyone throughout the season. Sadly, the Atlanta Falcons fell a couple of wins short of making it to the wild card rounds. Coming forward in the upcoming season, Robinson talks about his goal and is all set to rock in the NFL.

Bijan Robinson said:

“I want 2,000 rushing yards!”

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As mentioned, Robinson performed impressively and is here to rule. Last season couldn’t end up on their side, but this year, he has his eyes set on the goal.

Can Robinson achieve 2,000 rushing yards next to his name in the upcoming season? Let us know your views in the comment section.

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Bijan Robinson NFL Career Stats

Season Team Games played Rushing Yard Rushing touchdowns Receptions Receiving yards Receiving touchdowns
2O23 Falcons 17 976 4 58 487 4

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Nikhil Lopes
Nikhil Lopes
Hi, this is Nikhil Lopes, who has a great interest in sports. Nikhil has been following several sports in the past few years, like the NFL, football, NBA, F1, UFC, cricket, and many more. The term 'sports addict' completely suits him.

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