Well we've had a pretty balanced attack and have had positive game script from the start in both games. DJ and Christian were always going to be the top 2 in the pecking order. After them the ball has been spread around pretty well, which is a good thing. I think Sam has been trying to get Robbie going downfield, obviously paid off in week 1 but he just missed him on a couple downfield shots against the Aints. Marshall is just being brought along slowly, which makes sense for a 2nd round rookie. He's had some nice plays and also some miscues in week 1. Arnold who developed chemistry with Sam in TC had a real nice game on relatively low targets and of course Zylstra flashed too. I'm not really concerned about the usage, there will be games where we have negative game script and need to pass more and Robbie and Marshall will be more involved. In games like these first 2 we just haven't really needed them to get peppered with targets.
I'm glad we haven't had to / decided to ride a rookie WR. I expect to see Marshall getting more balls towards the back half of the year.
Where Robby is concerned? Personally I'm thrilled Sam *isn't* locked in on him just because they have history and a connection from when they played together in NY. Same thing here but for different reasons I suspect we're going to see Robby getting more long balls as the season goes on.