• Allen Robinson

  • WR
  • , Chicago Bears
  • 28
  • 220 lbs
  • 6' 2"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
Robinson finished as the No. 11 receiver in back-to-back seasons and is the No. 13 receiver off the board in early drafts. He continues to shine as a route-runner per Matt Harmon’s Reception Perception. He should enjoy better quarterback play, whether it’s the capable Andy Dalton or rookie Justin Fields, once the team deems him ready to play. Robinson is a rock-solid third-round pick and a great value in the fourth round.

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Scouting report

by Jordan Heck

CHI WR Allen Robinson - 2021 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
Allen Robinson had a slow start in his first season with Chicago but has finished WR12 in each of his last two seasons. He saw at least 150 targets in both of those seasons while finishing with 98 and 102 receptions, respectively. He also topped 1,100 yards in each season. That’s a long-winded way of saying Robinson has been very consistent the last two years, and there’s no obvious sign of a major downturn in 2021. If anything, he could get improved quarterback play with the arrival of rookie Justin Fields. Robinson’s role stays mostly the same this season as the Bears added no major upgrades at receiver or tight end.

Fantasy Downside
Allen Robinson will be 28 when the NFL season begins, and that’s typically when we start to see wide receivers begin to decline. While we certainly don’t expect his stats to tank, it is something worth noting. Robinson is also on a franchise tag this season and didn’t reach a long-term deal with Chicago. With a 1-year deal, it’s certainly possible Robinson could become a trade target near the deadline and could land in a worse situation.

2021 Bottom Line
There’s really not too much to dislike about Robinson. He’s proven he can be successful despite having poor quarterbacks his entire career. He’s finished as a low-end WR1 nearly every year he’s been healthy, and he’s in a good situation in Chicago. He’s the top option without much competition, and he might finally have a good quarterback to throw him the ball, whether it be Fields or Andy Dalton. He’s a great third-round option, and a near steal in the fourth round.

2021 Strength of Schedule - CHI

W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
1
@LAR
19
CIN
25
@CLE
30
DET
22
@LV
2
GB
17
@TB
15
SF
20
@PIT
BYE5
BAL
30
@DET
13
ARI
2
@GB
24
MIN
27
@SEA
12
NYG

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

Game Stats

WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCSTDPPRSnaps%
1@DET5740914.801-100-1.007.312.353/6581.5%
2NYG3330911.0000000.003.36.353/6581.5%
3@ATL1012311312.3000000.0018.328.364/8278.0%
4IND710111014.4300000.0016.123.155/6288.7%
5TB10900169.0000000.009.019.055/6387.3%
6@CAR5530910.6000000.005.310.358/6687.9%
7@LAR4700417.5000000.007.011.050/6379.4%
8NO6871714.5000000.0014.720.768/7097.1%
9@TEN7810911.5700000.008.115.173/7794.8%
10MIN643097.1700000.004.310.345/5090.0%
11BYE--------------
12@GB8742139.2500000.0019.427.464/6894.1%
13DET6750712.5000000.007.513.551/6973.9%
14HOU912311313.6700000.0018.327.345/6075.0%
15@MIN4830520.7500000.008.312.357/6489.1%
16@JAX1010301310.3000000.0010.320.349/7268.1%
17GB2370518.5000000.003.75.771/7594.7%
Per game6.3878.130.389.4412.250.06-0.0600-1.0010.0616.4356.94/66.9485.07%
Totals1021250615112.251-100-1.00160.9262.9911/107185.07%
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