QCraig Robertson
LB NO (5)
14 hours ago

Robertson (shoulder) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, Herbie Teope of The Times-Picayune reports.

EDGE Analysis

Robertson missed some practice time due to his injury but he'll likely be able to play come Sunday. Expect his status to be confirmed prior to gametime.

QCraig Robertson
LB NO (5)
2 weeks ago

Robertson made six tackles (three solo) in Sunday's win against the Rams.

EDGE Analysis

Robertson's six tackles actually led the team in Week 12, but with the Rams abandoning the run early in the second half, the middle linebacker was not afforded as many opportunities as usual to make stops against ball carriers. Still, Robertson once again played every defensive snap for New Orleans and remains an excellent source of tackles in IDP leagues.

QCraig Robertson
LB NO (5)
3 weeks ago

Robertson made nine tackles (three solo) in Thursday's loss to the Panthers.

EDGE Analysis

Robertson continues to rack up tackles at the heart of the Saints' defense. With 90 tackles through 10 games, Robertson is closing in on his career-high of 99 tackles (in 2014) and should be owned in all IDP leagues.

QCraig Robertson
LB NO (5)
4 weeks ago

Robertson made nine tackles (four solo) and had a sack in Sunday's loss to the Broncos.

EDGE Analysis

Robertson continues to lead the Saints in tackles -- he has 81 (49 solo) through 10 games -- and Sunday's sack was his first of the season. Even with the return of Dannell Ellerbe to the lineup, Robertson played every one of the Saints' 84 defensive snaps, according to Josh Katzenstein of the New Orleans Times-Picayune. Robertson's role at the heart of the Saints' defense is secure, and he should continue to be owned in all IDP leagues.

QCraig Robertson
LB NO (5)
1 month ago

Robertson made five tackles (three solo) and had two pass defenses and an interception in Sunday's win against the 49ers.

EDGE Analysis

Robertson's five tackles were his fewest of the season but he made up for it by forcing his first turnover of the year. Robertson has been incredible in his first season in New Orleans -- his 72 combined tackles rank ninth in the league -- and with James Laurinaitis (quadriceps) on Injured Reserve and Dannell Ellerbe (quadriceps) suffering a setback in his injury recovery, the Saints will continue to lean on the fifth-year linebacker. Robertson should be owned in all IDP leagues.

QCraig Robertson
LB NO (5)
2 months ago

Robertson notched 12 tackles Sunday against the Panthers.

EDGE Analysis

Robertson recorded at least 11 tackles for the fourth time in five games to start the season. Although he's yet to record a sack or force a fumble, he's proving to be an outstanding source of tackles, and he currently ranks eighth in the NFL in that category. His single-category excellence makes him a valuable asset in IDP leagues.

QCraig Robertson
LB NO (5)
2 months ago

Robertson had 11 tackles (5 solo) in Monday night's loss to the Falcons.

EDGE Analysis

One of the few bright spots on an otherwise abysmal Saints defense, Robertson actually leads the NFL with 35 tackles. It is still unknown when presumed starting outside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe will make his season debut, but there is a pretty good chance that, given his excellent performance through three games, Robertson continues to start even once Ellerbe returns. As such, Robertson is worth an add in nearly all IDP leagues.

QCraig Robertson
LB NO (5)
3 months ago

Robertson made 13 tackles (10 solo) in Sunday's loss to the Giants.

EDGE Analysis

After a 11-tackle performance in his Saints' debut, Robertson was once again a force on defense for New Orleans, playing all 79 of the team's defensive snaps, according to Josh Katzenstein of the New Orleans Times-Picayune. Although it's uncertain when presumed starter Dannell Ellerbe (quadriceps) will return from injury, Robertson's early-season performance may make it tough to take him off the field regardless of Ellerbe's status. If he is still floating on your league's waiver wire, Robertson is likely worth a grab in nearly all IDP leagues.

QCraig Robertson
LB NO (5)
3 months ago

Robertson made 11 tackles (8 solo) in Sunday's season opening loss to the Raiders.

EDGE Analysis

Starting in place of the injured Dannell Ellerbe, Robertson was one of the few bright spots on the Saints' defense. His 11 tackles, which included two tackles for loss, led the team, and while many will focus on the questionable pass interference call against him late in the game, Robertson should continue to be a viable IDP option as long as he starts.

QCraig Robertson
LB NO (5)
4 months ago

Robertson, who signed a three-year, $5 million deal with the Saints this offseason, is expected to backup Dannell Ellerbe at weak-side linebacker, reports the New Orleans Times-Picayune.

EDGE Analysis

Robertson averaged 84 tackles the past four years, playing both inside and outside linebacker for the Browns. While he will likely start the year in a reserve role, Robertson should provide critical depth at a number of positions, including behind the oft-injured Ellerbe, who has only appeared in seven total games the last two season as a result of various injuries. Should Ellerbe or any of the other Saints' starting linebacker miss time during the year, Robertson would be the likely beneficiary in IDP leagues.