Allen Robinson has a chance to come close to career highs across the board in 2020, especially if Nick Foles wins the starting job in training camp. With no other established target in the Bears' passing game, it isn't outside the realm of possibility for A-Rob to eclipse 1,400 receiving yards (the career watermark that he set with the Jaguars in 2015), and come close to the 14 touchdowns he scored that season too.
The story pointed out Robinson has played with some very average QBs in his career, including Blake Bortles, Mitchell Trubisky, Chase Daniel and Chad Henne, so Foles presents an upgrade. Robinson was the No. 7 fantasy receiver last season, and that was with Trubisky’s scattershot accuracy. He was sixth in WR targets and 13th in receiving yards. His stock has risen in recent weeks and now he’s going off the board as a fringe WR1 in the third or fourth round. He’s fair value in the third and a steal in the fourth.