|Date of Birth:||08/24/1993|
|Drafted:||2014 | Round 2 | Pick 61|
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Allen Robinson is signing with the Rams, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.
Robinson is getting a three-year, $46.5-million deal in a shocking destination for the former Pro Bowl wideout, as the Rams weren't at all on the radar for a wideout (other than the projected re-signing of Odell Beckham Jr.). But now it's unclear if Los Angeles will even want to keep OBJ with Robinson joining Cooper Kupp and a recovering Robert Woods on offense, and it not even being a prove-it, one-year deal would indicate Sean McVay has big plans for his newest target. Based on how Beckham Jr. was featured in the red zone and how much attention Kupp draws, Robinson has a strong case for WR2 value in one of the NFL's best offenses.
The Bears activated Allen Robinson off the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Robinson missed the past two games while on the COVID list. It has been a very tough year for Robinson on the field, as he has just one touchdown and has not topped 70 yards in any game while playing on the franchise tag. A-Rob will look to get something going over the final two weeks heading into free agency.
Allen Robinson will play in Week 14.
After missing the past three games with a hamstring injury, Robinson will return to the lineup for this Sunday night against the Packers. The veteran receiver's presence will be a boost for rookie quarterback Justin Fields, who is also returning to the lineup this week.
Allen Robinson (hamstring) is officially inactive for Week 13.
This is Robinson’s third consecutive missed game after the hamstring issue popped up following the bye a few weeks ago.
Allen Robinson (hamstring) is officially doubtful for Week 13.
Robinson didn't practice all week, so he's not looking particularly close to a return to the lineup. Expect A-Rob to be ruled out on Sunday morning.
Allen Robinson (hamstring) is officially inactive for Week 12.
Robinson will officially miss his second consecutive game coming off the bye. It's unfortunate that A-Rob will not be able to play on Thanksgiving, but hopefully the extra time after this game will help give him time to return to the lineup for Week 13.
Allen Robinson (hamstring) listed as doubtful for Thanksgiving.
Robinson will almost certainly miss his second game in a row coming off the bye, but perhaps he will be healthy in a couple of weeks for a matchup versus the Cardinals. Darnell Mooney will be Chicago's clear No. 1 target against the Lions and should be viewed as an upside WR2.
Allen Robinson (hamstring) is officially inactive for Week 11.
Robinson unfortunately is not ready to play despite the Bears coming off a bye. A-Rob is also in jeopardy for Thanksgiving against the Lions in a few days.
Allen Robinson (hamstring) is officially doubtful for Week 11.
This is a surprise coming off of the bye week, but it looks like Robinson will be out for Sunday against the Ravens. His status will be official 90 minutes before kickoff on Sunday, but don't count on having Robinson as an option for Week 11 fantasy lineups.
The Bears are placing the franchise tag on Allen Robinson.
Especially for a team entering a critical year for the current regime, there was no way the Bears were going to let a player like Robinson walk for nothing. Robinson joins Bucs wide receiver Chris Godwin as the two players at the position getting franchise tagged this year, meaning Lions receiver Kenny Golladay is likely to get a ton of attention during free agency. A-Rob would make around $16 million on the franchise tag, but he and Chicago have until mid-July to agree to a long-term deal.
Allen Robinson has cleared concussion protocol.
Robinson was listed as doubtful yesterday on the final Week 8 injury report, but he's now cleared the protocol after quick progress and no longer carries an injury designation ahead of tomorrow's matchup with the Saints. You can immediately insert A-Rob into fantasy lineups as a strong option for Week 8.
Allen Robinson (concussion) was downgraded to doubtful for Week 8.
It is now very likely that Robinson will be out on a short week (having just played on Monday night), but at least fantasy owners have some added clarity with Chicago playing in the late-afternoon slate this weekend. If Robinson does indeed sit, both Darnell Mooney and Anthony Miller would see boosts as upside FLEX options.
Allen Robinson (concussion) is officially listed as questionable for Week 8.
Robinson still did not return to practice, indicating he has a bit to go in the concussion protocol before he can get fully cleared for Sunday against the Saints. Ideally, there will be more clarity on A-Rob's status by tomorrow or Sunday morning.
Allen Robinson (concussion) officially did not practice today.
It's obviously not a good sign that Robinson has been unable to get on the practice field yet this week, and he needs to make a lot of progress through the concussion protocol to play this Sunday. A-Rob would probably do well to be listed as questionable on the final Week 8 injury report tomorrow.
Allen Robinson is officially in concussion protocol.
Robinson was taken out of the game and looked at late on Monday night against the Rams, and he is unfortunately in concussion protocol and has a relatively shorter turnaround to get cleared for Sunday versus the Saints. A-Rob appeared to be pretty vocal with Rams players and/or the officials after he took the hit last week, and hopefully he's feeling better and back to 100% soon.
Allen Robinson goes off in Bears' Week 12 win.
Robinson caught six passes for 131 yards and a touchdown in the Bears' victory against the Giants. The Penn State product had a whopping 104 receiving yards in the third quarter alone, and his touchdown came on a 32-yard deep ball where the pass was underthrown but Robinson showed good focus to catch it and get into the end zone. This is a strong bounce-back for A-Rob after he had just 15 yards last week on a night the entire Chicago offense struggled, and now he'll face the Lions on Thanksgiving. Robinson had 86 yards against Detroit earlier this month.
Allen Robinson goes off in Wild Card Round loss.
Robinson caught ten passes for 143 yards and a touchdown in a 16-15 defeat against the Eagles. The score came from 22 yards away on an easy double-move to put Chicago up in the fourth quarter, but they couldn't hold onto the lead, and a missed last-second field goal—which was set up by two Robinson grabs—ended the Bears' season. Still, it was very encouraging to see Robinson have arguably his best game of the year, and the future should be bright between he and Mitchell Trubisky. We think the Penn State product will provide great value in fantasy drafts over the summer if he's viewed as a decent middle-round target.
Allen Robinson (ribs) was officially a full participant in today's practice.
Robinson missed Week 17 with his rib injury, but the team was taking a cautious approach while likely locked into the No. 3 seed in the NFC. Expect A-Rob to be good to go against the Eagles for Sunday's Wild Card matchup, but we'll be sure to let you know if anything changes regarding his status.
Allen Robinson (ribs) is officially out against the Vikings.
Robinson was listed as doubtful for Chicago’s Week 17 matchup, but this might be more of a precaution with the Bears likely locked into the No. 3 seed in the NFC. Robinson’s first regular season with the Bears ends with 55 receptions for 754 yards and four touchdowns in 13 games. He didn’t quite live up to his early-round draft slot in fantasy leagues, but Robinson will look to make a big impact for the Bears in the postseason.
Allen Robinson (ribs) is doubtful for Sunday's game against the Vikings.
Robinson would almost certainly be playing if it was a playoff game, but with Chicago locked into the No. 3 or No. 2 seed (if they win and the Rams lose to San Francisco), the Penn State product is likely going to rest up for January. Anthony Miller and Taylor Gabriel both get a clear boost as FLEX options, and rookie Javon Wims—if he is active as expected—would be an intriguing option for Week 17, too.
Allen Robinson leads the Bears in Week 16 receiving.
Robinson caught six passes for 85 yards along with one carry for nine yards and a fumble lost against the Niners. It was a solid game for A-Rob, but the fumble lost came late in the fourth quarter when he could’ve just slid down to ice the game with kneel downs gave San Fran another chance to win the game with a touchdown. Thankfully, the Bears defense made a stop to preserve the win. Being moved around the formation helps, but Robinson carried risk next week against Xavier Rhodes and company.
Allen Robinson catches three passes against the Packers.
Robinson gained 54 yards on his three receptions in the Bears' Week 15 victory. A-Rob hasn't had any big games since his 6/133/2 outburst in Week 10, but he's offered a relatively-high floor in fantasy lineups. He gets a good matchup in fantasy finals next week versus the Niners.
Allen Robinson II (hip) is officially active for Week 15.
Robinson was a full participant in Friday’s practice, so he was expected to be ready to go today against the Packers. Consider Robinson a low-end WR2 for the second week of the fantasy playoffs.
Allen Robinson II (hip) is officially listed as questionable for Week 15.
Robinson practiced fully today, so we expect he'll be good to go for Sunday against the Packers. However, it's interesting that Robinson is now listed with a hip injury after it was a groin injury that had him miss Wednesday's practice before practicing on a limited basis yesterday. The Bears play at 1:00 PM ET on Sunday, so A-Rob's status will be known by 11:30 AM ET.
Allen Robinson II (groin) was officially limited in today’s practice.
This is an upgrade for Robinson after he didn’t practice yesterday, but he still might not be a lock for Week 15. We’ll see how he’s listed on the final injury report when it’s released tomorrow ahead of the weekend.
Allen Robinson II (groin) did not practice today.
We didn’t notice Robinson sustain any injury on Sunday night, so hopefully this is just a precaution. Keep in min Robinson missed time with a groin injury last month, though. We’ll track his practice status leading up to Week 15.
Allen Robinson catches five passes against the Rams.
Robinson gained 42 yards on his five receptions in Chicago’s Week 14 victory. A-Rob nearly had a touchdown on a diving attempt to the end zone, but it was ruled he stepped out of bounds after a review. Allen should offer a pretty good floor next week against Green Bay for the second week of the fantasy playoffs.
Allen Robinson catches five passes against the Giants.
Robinson gained 79 yards in the Bears' Week 13 loss. His highlight was an acrobatic catch down the right sideline where he took the ball off the defender's helmet and tip-toed the sideline to remain in bounds for a few extra yards. Next week, A-Rob might have to deal with a lot of Aqib Talib if Talib plays closer to a full slate of snaps, but he remains at least in the FLEX mix in a potential primetime shootout.
Allen Robinson caught two passes for 37 yards in Chicago's 23-16 win over Detroit.
Robinson was targeted just four times as he was mostly chased by Darius Slay, but he was overthrown on a potential deep touchdown, and both his grabs were big-time plays, including one to prevent a Slay interception. The Penn State product was downgraded in the Thanksgiving matchup, but he will be back in the WR2 ranks as a high-upside option for Week 13 against the Giants, especially if Mitchell Trubisky (shoulder) returns.
Allen Robinson catches three passes against the Vikings.
Robinson gained 39 yards on his three Week 11 receptions. Matched up with Xavier Rhodes for much of the night, this was a tough task for Robinson. On Thanksgiving, Robinson faces a Lions team he just had six receptions for 133 yards and two touchdowns against in Week 10, but that was with a now-healthy Darius Slay out of the lineup.
Allen Robinson goes off in return to the lineup.
After missing two games with a groin injury, Robinson caught six passes (on a team-high eight targets) for 133 yards and two touchdowns in a 34-22 victory. The first score came on a deep pass down from 36 yards away, and the second was a 26-yard catch-and-run to put Chicago up 34-10. Robinson has gotten some undeserved criticism this year, but he's cleared 50 yards or scored in all six of his healthy games this season, and Chicago has a legitimate No. 1 receiver on the outside to help Mitchell Trubisky reach his potential. The matchup next week against the Vikings isn't great, but Robinson has shown he's healthy enough to be back on the WR2 map down the stretch.
Allen Robinson II (groin) was officially a full participant in today's practice.
Barring a setback, Robinson will return to the lineup this Sunday after missing the last two games. In the previous two weeks, Robinson barely practiced, so this shows major progress in his recovery from a groin injury. We'll update you if anything changes, but expect A-Rob to be out there this weekend against the Lions.
Allen Robinson II (groin) is officially inactive against the Bills.
This is Robinson’s second straight missed game with his lingering groin issue. He was only able to get up to a limited practice on Friday after missing practice Wednesday and Thursday, so Robinson might not be close to a return. The Bears have three straight NFC North matchups after today, so they’ll hope to get their top receiver ready for that stretch.
Allen Robinson II (groin) is listed as questionable for Sunday.
After missing last week’s game and the first two days of practice this week, it’s difficult to be optimistic about Robinson’s Week 9 status. The good news is the Bears play at 1:00 PM ET on Sunday, so A-Rob’s status will be known by 11:30 AM ET.
Allen Robinson II (groin) is inactive for Week 8.
Robinson was listed as questionable after just one limited practice on Friday during the week, so this isn’t a surprise after he was limited during last week’s loss to the Patriots. The hope is that Robinson will be ready to play next week after one game off, but he’ll have a tough matchup with Tre’Davious White and the Bills assuming he plays in Week 9.
Allen Robinson II (groin) is listed as questionable for Week 8.
Robinson was able to get in a limited practice today, which is a good sign, but he's no lock for Sunday against the Jets. The good news is Chicago plays at 1:00 PM ET, so Robinson's status will be known by 11:30 AM ET on Sunday. However, there is considerable risk inserting A-Rob into Week 8 fantasy lineups considering his playing time could potentially be limited at less than 100%.
Allen Robinson II (groin) did not practice today.
This is Robinson's second straight missed practice, so he's looking iffy at best for Sunday against the Jets. If Robinson can't go, Kevin White would assume a larger role with Taylor Gabriel and rookie Anthony Miller. Check back tomorrow to see if Robinson is listed as questionable, doubtful, or out for Week 8.
Allen Robinson II (groin) did not practice today.
Robinson battled through the groin in Sunday's loss to the Patriots, and he's clearly not 100% right now. We'll track his status throughout the week. He's probably not a lock to play against the Jets this weekend.
Allen Robinson catches one pass in Week 7.
Robinson was in and out of the game for the Bears as he dealt with his groin injury, and he had to contend with Patriots cornerback Stephon Gilmore when he was in the game. Overall, it was a recipe for a disappointing outing in a shootout with the Patriots. Robinson gained four yards on his lone reception in the 38-31 loss. Hopefully this groin injury isn't something that lingers, but it's difficult to fully trust A-Rob in Week 8 fantasy lineups if he's again limited and misses some practice time this week.
Allen Robinson (groin) is active against the Patriots.
Robinson was listed as questionable coming into today, but he was expected to play. His groin injury shouldn’t be much for a concern, so you can lock Robinson into lineups as a solid option for Week 7. The bigger concern is probably Stephon Gilmore potentially shadowing Robinson, but Chicago will move their top receiver around the formation.
Allen Robinson II (groin) is officially questionable for Week 7.
Robinson didn't practice yesterday, but he was able to get up to a limited participation today ahead of the official game statuses being released. We expect Robinson will be ready to go against the Patriots, but it's not lock. Check back in at 11:30 AM ET on Sunday for A-Rob's official Week 7 status.
Allen Robinson II (groin) did not practice today.
After he was limited in yesterday's practice, this is a bit of a concern for Robinson. Chicago's top receiver appears to be trending toward a questionable tag tomorrow, so we'll let you know whether he's a full, limited, or non-participant in the final practice of the week. It's worth noting that star pass rusher Khalil Mack also didn't practice for the Bears, so maybe the team is just taking things easy with a couple of their best players.
Allen Robinson scores in Week 6.
Robinson was a consistent target for Mitchell Trubisky against the Dolphins, catching five passes (on six targets) for 64 yards and a touchdown. The score came on a short post for 12 yards. Chicago will move Robinson around the formation to help him get favorable matchups, but he might see a lot of Stephon Gilmore when the Bears face the Patriots next week. Consider him a WR2/FLEX option for Week 7.
Allen Robinson scores in blowout win over Tampa Bay.
Robinson caught two passes for 23 yards, including a 14-yard touchdown in the first quarter. It was a great spot for Robinson to go off, but he only was a small part of Mitchell Trubisky's 354 yards and six scores. Heading into the bye, Chicago's big-ticket offseason acquisition is on pace for a 76/868/4 line, and we expect the yardage and touchdowns to climb for the rest of the season. That said, Robinson gets a difficult draw in Week 6 against lockdown perimeter cornerback Xavien Howard, so he might be just a FLEX for that matchup.
Allen Robinson catches three passes in Week 3.
Robinson gained 50 yards on his three receptions, with a long reception of 39 yards on a smooth double move against zone coverage. A-Rob has at least 50 yards in each of his first three games with Chicago, and he is a high-floor, high-upside option with a good matchup against the Bucs in Week 4.
Allen Robinson catches ten passes in win over the Seahawks.
Robinson had ten receptions for 83 yards, operating as the clear No. 1 target. The short-to-intermediate targets were particularly encouraging, as Robinson was consistently picking up yardage throughout the night. We would think the downfield plays are coming soon, too, and there was a chance for one tonight if Mitchell Trubisky didn't underthrow it. Robinson has looked 100% coming off the torn ACL, and he's an every-week, high-upside WR2, even next Sunday against Patrick Peterson and the Cardinals.
Allen Robinson plays well in Bears debut.
Robinson didn’t get much time in the preseason, but he looked like his usual self and was not limited in the loss to Green Bay. The former Jaguar caught four of a team-high seven targets for 61 yards. His first reception was a beautiful back-shoulder catch for 33 yards, and there should be plenty of those moving forward this season. Robinson should be in fantasy lineups next week against the Seahawks.
Allen Robinson (knee) is ready to go at the start of Bears training camp.
Bears head coach Matt Nagy says no Bears will start camp on the PUP list while adding that Robinson will be full go. After Robinson was able to participate at the end of offseason training, this was expected, but it's still a great sign and great to hear. Despite getting acclimated with a new team, new quarterback, and new offense while coming off a torn ACL, Robinson has clear WR1 upside in 2018.
The Bears have officially signed wide receiver Allen Robinson.
A-Rob posted a picture of himself in a Chicago Bulls jersey, so he’s ready to go and this becoming official was just a matter of him signing on the dotted line. People might have forgotten a bit after he suffered a torn ACL in Week 1 of 2017 and had a subpar 2016 season, but Robinson is a former 1,400-yard, 14-touchdown receiver that has a ton of ability on the outside. His presence should elevate second-year quarterback Mitchell Trubisky and the entire offense, and he should help lighten the box for running back Jordan Howard. Robinson is likely to be drafted as a WR2 in fantasy drafts later this summer, but he has top-five upside even coming off a torn ACL.
Allen Robinson plans to sign with the Bears, according to Adam Schefter.
ESPN's Josina Anderson says it's a three-year, $42 million deal for Robinson, which will allow the 24-year-old to hit free agency again when he's still smack dab in the middle of his prime at age 27. Chicago is unsurprisingly being aggressive in getting second-year quarterback Mitchell Trubisky some help, and they've been the team most have pointed to when pondering over the landing spots for Robinson and fellow free agent receiver Sammy Watkins. The signing cannot be official until Wednesday at 4:00 PM ET and anything can happen, but expect Robinson to be a Bear tomorrow.
The Jaguars will not place the franchise tag on Allen Robinson, according to Ian Rapoport.
Jacksonville is a run-first team, and they presumably didn’t feel it wise to commit around $16 million in one year to a wide receiver after they got to the AFC Championship Game without Robinson. Now, unless the Jaguars and Robinson agree to a deal before March 14, the former 1,400-yard, 14-touchdown receiver will officially hit the open market and should be an extremely hot commodity—even coming off a torn ACL suffered in Week 1. Robinson will certainly be a top-five free agent, if not the top player available overall, and he should have no trouble landing a great long-term deal. The 49ers and Bears could be among the teams most interested in Robinson.
Allen Robinson again says he's just focused on getting back to 100%.
Robinson spoke to ESPN's Michael DiRocco and reiterated what he said ahead of Jacksonville's AFC Championship loss to New England, as he believes he'll be back to 100% "relatively soon." The 24-year-old receiver says he's going to "kind of let my agent narrow down the scenarios," so it sounds like his agent will negotiate with teams and present Robinson with the offers. Of course, the Jaguars could always franchise tag their stud receiver, which would pay him over $15-16 million and keep in locked in with Jacksonville for 2018. Despite coming off a torn ACL, A-Rob should make a ton of money if he hits the open market.
Allen Robinson says his rehab is coming along "smoothly."
The former 1,400-yard, 14-touchdown receiver tore his ACL on Jacksonville's first series of the season, so he unfortunately hasn't been a part of this playoff run on the field for his team. However, he's been in some meetings and hanging around the team, and he says head coach Doug Marrone and the team have made him feel a part of this playoff run despite him not being able to play. Robinson says he is now jogging and can put full weight on his surgically-repaired knee, and he says he "definitely know[s]" he'll be back to where he was before the injury. The 24-year-old says he wants to return to the Jaguars, but it sounds like he'll let his agent do the negotiating while he focuses on getting back to 100%. Robinson is obviously a very strong dynasty-league option despite coming off the knee injury, and he should offer good upside wherever he is next season.
Allen Robinson has a torn ACL, head coach Doug Marrone said.
The team said yesterday Robinson had an ACL injury, but this 100% confirms it's a tear and that he'll miss the rest of the season. It's very unfortunate for Robinson, who is in a contract year and now has to go through surgery the na long rehab process to get back on the field. We'll see what happens with his contract situation, but Robinson should be 100% well in advance of the 2018 season and maybe by OTAs or training camp. For this season, Marqise Lee steps in as the number one receiver for the Jags, with Allen Hurns and Keelan Cole as others that'll need to pick up the slack for the loss of A-Rob.
Allen Robinson suffered an ACL injury, the team announced.
This was the fear and expectation, though the Jaguars did not yet announce the extent of the injury. They are probably waiting for the MRI, but you can bet it's a significant injury that will require season-ending surgery. This is quite the loss for Jacksonville, who will now lean on Marqise Lee and others after the loss of their number one receiver. The only slight positive outlook about this is that the Jaguars appear to be committed to running the ball and relying on the defense this season—though Robinson will still be a huge loss. Lee should be the target in fantasy leagues if you're looking to pick up a receiver from the Jaguars.
Multiple reports: Allen Robinson's knee injury is feared to be serious.
As is usually the case with these, there will be an MRI to see if these fears are confirmed. It's be a surprise if Robinson wasn't out an extended period of time, and chances are it's for the season given the initial diagnosis. The Jaguars are expected to reveal more information tomorrow after Robinson gets his MRI. All we can do is pray for Robinson and hope for the best at this point.
Allen Robinson leaves game with knee injury.
Robinson had a 17-yard catch but injured his knee and took a while to get off the field. This is obviously terrible news on the third play of the season for Jacksonville. Robinson is officially listed as questionable, but this could be a serious knee injury. We'll update you as we get more information.
Allen Robinson catches 37-yard pass in Jaguars' third person game.
A-Rob had two receptions for 50 yards total in the exhibition against the Panthers. The 37-yard reception came on a go route where Chad Henne made a nice throw to beat the safety. While he did have a monster 2015 season with Blake Bortles at quarterback, he might be better off with Henne at this point. As a very talented player, Robinson should have a bounce back season and be solid fantasy option this season, though his quarterback situation could become frustrating if the Jaguars have a tough time offensively. He's currently going just inside the top 20 receivers in fantasy drafts.
Allen Robinson gets peppered with ten targets in second preseason game.
Jacksonville's number one receiver caught five-of-ten targets for 40 yards. The Jaguars starters played into the third quarter, as Chad Henne got time with the first-team offense, and that included Robinson. A-Rob was open on a deep ball that Blake Bortles missed in the first half, but Robinson also dropped a touchdown on a perfect throw from Henne in the third quarter. Robinson offers very good upside, but there's also risk in selecting him in the early-mid rounds, as shown last season.
Allen Robinson had five receptions for 82 yards against the Colts in Week 17.
Robinson ends his season with 73 receptions for 883 yards and six touchdowns. Many people expected Robinson to push for the league lead in touchdowns, but the Jaguars offense curiously took a step back and the team was among the worst in the NFL. Robinson has great talent and should bounce back next season. We will have to see the offensive coaching staff, but Robinson will be a top 20 WR option in fantasy drafts, regardless of the coach.
Allen Robinson has a monster day against a depleted Tennessee Titans secondary.
A-Rob had nine catches for 147 yards on 12 targets. Robinson had a great chance for a touchdown in the first half, but didn't score in the game. Robinson finished the first half with 103 receiving yards, but just missed an epic 30-yard TD catch with 16 seconds left in the half. On third down, Bortles threw a deep ball in the corner of the endzone that Robinson nearly hauled in after juggling the ball a few times. Robinson followed up with a solid second half, including an impressive sideline catch to keep a drive alive. It was one of Robinson's best games of the year, and hopefully he can keep it going next week and into 2017.
Allen Robinson caught two-of-eight targets for 15 yards in Sunday's loss.
Robinson went over 100 yards and scored in the last matchup with the Texans, but Blake Bortles could only muster 87 total yards this week. Hopefully the Jags decide to move in a different direction at quarterback after the season (or someone, somehow fixes Bortles) or else Robinson's talents will be wasted. He's a FLEX for next week against the Titans.
Allen Robinson does nothing again in loss to Vikings.
Robinson caught just one pass for 17 yards. Even with talk of the Jaguars feeding Robinson this week against the Vikings, he was targeted just three times. A-Rob has potential for a big day, but he'll be just a FLEX for Week 15 against Houston.
Allen Robinson has another quiet game in loss.
Robinson was targeted a team-high 10 times, but caught just three passes for 31 yards against the tough Denver defense. Things won't get any easier next week against Minnesota, and Robinson has a difficult fantasy playoffs schedule, so it might be best to look elsewhere with Blake Bortles falling apart.
Allen Robinson disappoints in Week 12 loss.
Robinson caught two of four targets for 24 yards and no touchdowns, snapping his three-game scoring streak. Blake Bortles threw for just 126 yards all day, so Robinson was still second on the team in receiving yards. The big-play potential from a year ago hasn't been there for A-rob. He has some tough games the rest of the way starting next week against Denver, and it might be the time to bench him if you have other options.
A-Rob scores touchdown for third straight week.
Robinson had three catches for 18 yards and a touchdown against Detroit. The TD saved his fantasy day, but he has 7, 13, 18, and 7 in the four games after his big 0 against the Raiders. Robinson is up to six touchdowns for the season, and has a good chance of hitting double digits before the end of the year. There have certainly been bigger busts than Robinson this season. He’ll be a WR1/WR2 against the Bills in Week 12.
A-Rob goes for over 100 yards for the first time this season.
Robinson had nine catches for 107 yards, a touchdown, and a two-point conversion. In a tough matchup, Robinson delivered. The schedule gets tough, including matchups with Denver and Minnesota coming up, but Robinson is looking like at least a solid WR2 and potentially a WR1 like he was drafted to be. Keep him in your lineup next week against Detroit and hope he stays hot.