Repeatedly quizzed after the 13-6 home defeat by England on why Scotland, who have now gone four matches without a touchdown, cannot make breakthroughs, Robinson said: “I’ve got to look at what we are doing as a group. I’m accountable for that. I know our responsibility there and we will keep working at it.”
While keen to claim that Scotland are a team on and off the pitch the comment did appear to leave scope for a change in personnel if the heat continues to be turned up on a head coach with a record of two wins from 11 Six Nations fixtures. The onus for attack lies with Gregor Townsend and, whatever his credentials, things are not working.