- Berry explains why he isn't worried about Allen Robinson
News: 6 days agoRobinson caught two passes for 24 yards and a touchdown in the Bears' 20-17 win over the Bengals on Sunday.
Spin: Robinson scored on the first drive of the game but didn't make his next catch until the fourth quarter. However, his last two targets of the game were in the end zone on passes from Justin Fields with one being broken up, and the other one he dropped. Despite the disappointing performance, Robinson should continue to be one of the most productive wide receivers in the league, as he'll likely see solid target volume in most games.
ESPN Fantasy Projection: Robinson has yet to have the benefit of playing with a top-end QB, and yet he continues to deliver the goods. The 2014 second-round pick has put together back-to-back top-10 fantasy campaigns, finishing no lower than sixth in targets and routes during each of the past two seasons. Robinson's 1,250 receiving yards in 2020 were his most since 2015 and, though he had some bad luck in the TD department (6 TDs, 7.8 OTD), his 15 end zone targets were third-most in the NFL. It's not a lock, of course, but Chicago's QB situation could be much better this season if first-round pick Justin Fields proves to be the real deal. Even if he doesn't, Andy Dalton may be an improvement on last year's situation. Robinson is in his prime at 28 years old and is one of the game's top talents. He's a borderline WR1 in fantasy.