Robinson (groin) brought in six of eight targets for 133 yards and two touchdowns in the Bears' 34-22 win over the Lions on Sunday. Robinson made a splash in his return from a two-game absence, generating a season high in receiving yards while also scoring multiple touchdowns for the first time in a Bears uniform. The 25-year-old looked to be at full health while hauling in 36- and 26-yard scoring throws from Mitchell Trubisky, an encouraging sign for both the Bears and fantasy owners. Robinson will look to put together a successful encore against the Vikings in a big Week 11 divisional clash.
Robinson (groin) doesn't have a designation on the final injury report for Sunday's game against the Lions. A cautious approach the past two weeks paid off when Robinson deemed himself 100 percent healthy after logging full practices Wednesday and Thursday. He's been cleared from the injury report on the heels of another full practice Friday, preparing to take aim at a struggling Detroit defense that may be without top cornerback Darius Slay (knee).
Robinson (groin) termed himself "100 percent" Thursday, Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Robinson backed up his comment with another full practice session Thursday, per Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic. By avoiding any setbacks with the groin injury that forced absences the past two contests, Robinson is in line to take on a Lions defense Sunday that has allowed just shy of 10.0 yards per target and 10 touchdowns to wide receivers in eight games this season.
Robinson (groin) practiced in full Wednesday. Earlier Wednesday, coach Matt Nagy expressed confidence in Robinson participating in practice this week, according to Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune. After managing only one limited practice both of the past two weeks before ultimately being listed among the Bears' inactives, Robinson's progression to full practice is an unexpected but welcome sign for Sunday's divisional showdown with the Lions. If Robinson endures no further setbacks during the week, he could shape up as a solid fantasy option while matching up against a defense that has given up 14.0 yards per catch and five touchdowns to wide receivers over the last three contests.
Coach Matt Nagy said Wednesday that he's hopeful Robinson (groin) will practice this week, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports. Since his last game appearance Week 7, Robinson's practice reps have been contained to a single limited listing on back-to-back Friday injury reports. As such, Nagy's comment seems to indicate Robinson is healthy enough to participate in some capacity for each session this week. With that said, Robinson's activity level won't be known until the release of the Bears' initial report later Wednesday.
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