• Allen Robinson

  • WR
  • , Chicago Bears
  • 27
  • 220 lbs
  • 6' 2"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
Robinson should experience the best quarterback play of his career, assuming Nick Foles usurps Mitch Trubisky as the starter. 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.

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Scouting report

by Jordan Heck

CHI WR Allen Robinson - 2020 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
Allen Robinson had 26% of the Bears’ targets in 2019 as he quietly had a strong season. Robinson finished 98-1,147-7, making him the No. 8 wide receiver in fantasy (PPR). It’s pretty incredible Robinson was able to play as well as he did despite having Mitch Trubisky at QB. Robinson was the focal point at WR, finishing with 154 targets, which was third-highest in the league. His role hasn’t changed heading into 2020, and he should be the No. 1 threat in Chicago’s offense again.

Fantasy Downside
Robinson has played six seasons, three of which were marred with injuries. He was able to play in all 16 games last season, but health is a factor with Robinson. He’s also in a poor offense with quarterback problems, no matter who wins the starting job between Mitch Trubisky and Nick Foles. A decrease in targets is also likely as Chicago added some additional offensive threats this offseason including Ted Ginn Jr., Jimmy Graham and Cole Kmet.

2020 Bottom Line
While Chicago’s offense isn’t too exciting, you can usually rely on Robinson to produce when healthy. He finished as WR8 last year and has an ADP of WR13 at the moment. He turns 27 this year, which is still a good age for receivers. We don’t expect a massive dropoff in production, and in fact could see better production if Foles comes in. Robinson is a WR1 talent who can be drafted slightly later, making him a solid value pick.

2020 Strength of Schedule - CHI

W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
32
@DET
30
NYG
21
@ATL
18
IND
29
TB
14
@CAR
8
@LAR
20
NO
15
@TEN
26
MIN
BYE16
@GB
32
DET
22
HOU
26
@MIN
11
@JAX
16
GB

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

2019 Game Stats

WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCSTDPPRSnaps%
1GB710201314.5700000.0010.217.270/7395.9%
2@DEN4410710.2500000.004.18.155/6190.2%
3@WAS6600710.0000000.006.012.059/6689.4%
4MIN7770711.0000000.007.714.763/7287.5%
5@LV7972813.8600000.0021.728.758/58100.0%
6BYE--------------
7NO10871168.7000000.0014.724.763/6596.9%
8LAC5620712.4000000.006.211.273/8289.0%
9@PHI16056.0000000.000.61.643/4595.6%
10DET6860914.3300000.008.614.655/5796.5%
11@LAR415063.7500000.001.55.575/7698.7%
12NYG613111021.8300000.0019.125.169/7690.8%
13@DET88611210.7500000.0014.622.660/6592.3%
14DAL548289.6000000.0016.821.871/7397.3%
15@GB712501417.8600000.0012.519.580/8495.2%
16KC6530128.8300000.005.311.359/6393.7%
17@MIN9710127.8912002.007.316.372/7596.0%
Per game6.1371.690.449.5611.700.060.13002.009.8115.9364.06/68.1994.05%
Totals981147715311.7012002.00156.9254.91025/109194.05%
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