• Allen Robinson
  • WR
  • , Chicago Bears
  • 26
  • 220 lbs
  • 6' 2"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
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 one 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.

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Scouting report

by Jordan Heck

CHI WR Allen Robinson - 2019 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
Allen Robinson came off of an ACL tear, joined a new team and dealt with minor injuries, but still finished with 754 yards and four touchdowns on 55 receptions. And although it didn’t count for fantasy, his 10-catch, 143-yard performance in the playoffs is worth mentioning. Allen will be another year removed from his major injury and had another offseason to learn the playbook and get familiar with his new team.

Fantasy Downside
Robinson topped 80 yards just three times in 13 games last season. He also scored in only three games, and finding the endzone has been a struggle for Robinson in all but one of his seasons so far in the league. The Bears added more weapons this offseason as well, giving Robinson competition in Taylor Gabriel (retained), Anthony Miller (retained), Cordarrelle Patterson (signed) and Riley Ridley (draft pick). There’s also Trey Burton, David Montgomery and Tarik Cohen to consider.

2019 Bottom Line
If you’re looking for Robinson to put up numbers similar to what he did in 2015, then you’re going to be let down. He’s no longer that clear No. 1 threat like he was during his breakout season. But if you want a guy who is going to give you 3-4 receptions and 50-60 yards per game consistently, then Robinson will be a good mid-round add. Expect his numbers to improve from last season, but don’t expect an All-Pro season from him.

2019 Strength of Schedule - CHI
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
21
GB
13
@DEN
17
@WAS
3
MIN
18
@OAK
BYE25
NO
2
LAC
26
@PHI
14
DET
23
@LAR
24
NYG
14
@DET
8
DAL
21
@GB
28
KC
3
@MIN

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2019 Game Stats
WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCSTDPPRSnaps%
1@GB4610715.250000-6.110.167/7095.7%
2SEA10830148.300000-8.318.363/6695.5%
3@ARI3500716.670000-5.08.069/7493.2%
4TB2231411.500000-8.310.353/6186.9%
5BYE--------------
6@MIA5641612.800000-12.417.459/7084.3%
7NE14054.000000-0.41.460/8273.2%
8NYJ--------------
9@BUF--------------
10DET61332822.170000-25.331.354/5794.7%
11MIN3390713.000000-3.96.967/7490.5%
12@DET2370418.500000-3.75.751/5887.9%
13@NYG5790915.800000-7.912.970/8285.4%
14LAR542088.400000-4.29.261/7185.9%
15GB3540718.000000-5.48.446/6076.7%
16@SF6850814.1719019.007.413.444/6468.8%
17@MIN--------------
Per game4.2358.000.317.2313.710.080.6900.089.007.5611.7958.77/68.3886.05%
Totals5575449413.7119019.0098.3153.3764/88986.05%