In his first post-ACL season with a new team, Robinson caught 55 passes for 754 yards and four touchdowns, giving him the No. 34 per game average at his position in half-PPR formats. However, when we include the 10-143-1 that he posted in the Bears’ only playoff game, his average jumps to the No. 31 spot at his position. Now that he’s nearly two years removed from the ACL tear and is playing in his second season in Matt Nagy’s system, his numbers should improve. He has been dominating in camp per multiple reports. Remember, Robinson once posted an 80-1400-14 season catching passes from Blake Bortles.