Posted: 9/21/2020 12:48 am UTC
Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson racked up three catches for 33 yards on nine targets in Week 2 against the New York Giants.
Huddle Up: Robinson is off to a slow start with eight catches for 107 yards and no scores on 18 targets through two games. Despite the marginal numbers he remains a must-start fantasy option in Week 3, and he faces a favorable matchup against the Atlanta Falcons.
Posted: 9/19/2020 4:14 pm UTC
Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson's contract extension talks with the team have resumed, according to sources, and while there remains a significant gap between the two sides, there is some growing momentum.
Huddle Up: Possible good news on that front, but in the meantime, the games continue, and Robinson easily remains the only sure-fire fantasy starter in the Bears' lineup. He's a low-end WR1 this week against the Giants.
Posted: 9/15/2020 11:03 pm UTC
Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson is unhappy the team hasn't been willing to pay him market value for receivers but hasn't requested a trade, according to his agent Tuesday, Sept. 15.
Huddle Up: Robinson caught five of nine targets for 74 yards in the Week 1 win over the Detroit Lions and is unquestionably the Bears' No. 1 receiver. It would be tough for him to get a similar workload elsewhere and his fantasy value is likely to be highest in Chicago, even with questionable quarterback play.
Posted: 9/14/2020 2:13 am UTC
Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson posted five receptions for 74 yards on a team-high nine targets in Week 1 against the Detroit Lions.
Huddle Up: Robinson's reception total and targets were the highest on the team, and he is the top fantasy receiver on the Bears roster even though Anthony Miller opened with more points in this one. The Bears host the New York Giants in Week 2.
Posted: 8/23/2020 10:40 pm UTC
Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson (ankle) did not participate in practice Sunday, Aug. 23, but head coach Matt Nagy said he is not concerned about the injury.
Huddle Up: Robinson probably will be eased back into practice and should be fine for the regular season. He will be the top option in the passing game for the Bears and will be a weekly starting option in all fantasy leagues.
Posted: 8/23/2020 12:17 am UTC
Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson (ankle) did not participate in practice Saturday, Aug. 22, because of an ankle injury.
Huddle Up: Robinson probably will miss a few practices, but it does not appear to be a serious injury. He will be the main option in the passing game again this season and should be a No. 1 receiver in most fantasy leagues.
Posted: 8/15/2020 5:23 pm UTC
Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson finished third among wide receivers with a 92.7 Pro Football Focus grade on contested catches in 2019.
Huddle Up: Robinson can win the jump balls and became more of a PPR league force last season with a career-high 98 receptions, but he averaged only 11.7 yards per catch. He should be a low-end WR1 once again.
Posted: 7/15/2020 11:51 pm UTC
Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson said he has not been contacted by the Bears this offseason about a possible contract extension.
Huddle Up: Robinson is coming off one of the best seasons of his career and will be the No. 1 option in the passing game for the Bears in 2020. He can be at least a No. 3 receiver in fantasy leagues.
Posted: 6/20/2020 5:02 pm UTC
Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson has drawn a league-high 14 pass-interference penalties in coverage since 2018, according to Pro Football Focus data.
Huddle Up: Despite all the PI yardage that didn't count for fantasy -- and the Bears' shaky QB play -- Robinson still finished as fantasy's 12th-best wide receiver in 2019. He a rock-solid high-end WR2 for 2020.
Posted: 6/06/2020 5:36 pm UTC
Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson finished with a 2019 team target share of 27.1 percent -- second among all pass-catchers with at least 100 targets.
Huddle Up: Robinson finished with career highs of 154 targets and 98 receptions, but his 1,147 receiving yards were well off his career mark of 1,400 of 2015 -- a prime reason why he barely finished as a WR1 (12th overall) in standard-scoring formats. That might be his 2020 ceiling if the Bears don't come up with a better downfield passing game.