Aldrick Robinson

#19 WR / San Francisco 49ers / EXP: 5YRS Height: 5-10 Weight: 187 lb Age: 29 College: Southern Methodist Bye 11

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  • 49ers' Aldrick Robinson: Falling out of favor
    By RotoWire Staff

    Robinson had just one catch (three targets) for eight yards in Sunday's loss to Seattle. Robinson technically started the game alongside Marquise Goodwin, but he didn't haul in his lone reception until the 49ers' final drive. While shoddy offensive line play is partially to blame for the lack of downfield action, it also appeared that the game plan was designed to get other receiving options involved. Robinson's three targets tied for fourth among San Francisco receivers. Goodwin has established himself as the No. 1 wideout in recent weeks, while Carlos Hyde (13 targets Sunday) remains heavily involved in the passing game, leaving Robinson behind with several other receivers to compete for whatever scraps remain.

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  • 49ers' Aldrick Robinson: Sees just one target
    By RotoWire Staff

    Robinson caught the only ball thrown his way for 12 yards in Sunday's victory over the Giants. It was a disappointing day to say the least for Robinson, who earned the start in place of injured wideouts Pierre Garcon (neck) and Trent Taylor (ribs). In his defense, C.J. Beathard targeted his ancillary options (17 passes to running backs and tight ends) as opposed to his wideouts (eight targets) Sunday. That said, three other wide receivers finished the day with more targets, receptions and yards than Robinson. The 29-year-old should draw another start against a Richard Sherman-less Seattle defense following the team's bye, but it's tough to recommend him as a fantasy option following this week's clunker, even if Jimmy Garoppolo takes over under center for the 49ers.

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  • Robinson started Sunday's tilt against the Cardinals, finishing with 18 yards on two receptions (eight targets) in a 20-10 loss. Robinson moved into the starting lineup following Pierre Garcon's (neck) placement on IR on Saturday. The veteran's stat line was nothing to write home about, but the eight targets he received was his second-highest total this season. While not every missed connection was directly his fault, the disparity between his receptions and targets highlights Robinson's mediocre 37 percent catch rate this year. On the bright side, the big-play receiver should continue to see increased targets during his stay in the starting lineup, especially if Trent Taylor's rib injury forces him to miss next week's game against the Giants, who were just torched for 209 yards by Rams wideouts.

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  • Robinson will start Sunday versus the Cardinals, Matt Barrows of The Sacramento Bee reports. Entering the game, Robinson earned the fourth-most offensive snaps (40 percent) among 49ers wideouts through eight contests. The placement of Pierre Garcon (neck) on injured reserve has opened the door for Robinson, who will work opposite Marquise Goodwin. Robinson boasts a career mark of 18.3 YPC, but his accompanying catch rate of 47.2 percent leaves much to be desired.

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  • Robinson should see an uptick in snaps beginning in Week 9 after top wideout Pierre Garcon (neck) was ruled out for the season, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Robinson has served as the team's No. 4 wideout this season, which predictably hasn't yielded much production (10 catches, 168 yards and a touchdown in eight games). With Garcon headed to injured reserve, Robinson should fill the opening as one of the 49ers' two starting outside receivers, assuming the team wants to keep their ideal slot man, Trent Taylor, on the inside as part of three-wide sets. The 29-year-old Robinson has big-play potential and is familiar with head coach Kyle Shanahan's offense from the duo's time together in Washington and Atlanta. The 49ers' inconsistency in the passing game will limit Robinson's appeal, but the sheer increase in volume should at least put him on the map in deeper PPR formats.

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