Robinson agreed Tuesday with the Raiders on a one-year contract, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Robinson is coming off a 2021 campaign in which he recorded 25 catches on 41 targets for 264 yards and three TDs in 17 games with Kansas City. This coming season, the 27-year-old will compete with Bryan Edwards and Mack Hollins for the team's wide receiver looks that don't go to high-volume options Davante Adams and Hunter Renfrow.
Robinson compiled three receptions for 19 yards on a season-high six targets during Saturday's game against the Broncos. Robinson's target volume matched the Week 6 count against the Football Team despite him playing just half of the offensive snaps, which ranks sixth-fewest among games he's appeared in this season by percentage. He didn't experience any gains as a receiver in 2021 and instead went the opposite direction, finishing with lower totals in receptions (25) and receiving yards (264) than last year's totals of 45 grabs for 466 yards while matching the touchdown total with three. Robinson's one-year deal is set to expire this offseason, so it remains to be seen what uniform he will don in 2022.
Robinson hauled in both of his targets for 22 yards and a touchdown Sunday versus the Bengals. Robinson hadn't reached pay dirt since Week 6 but hauled in a touchdown pass to get the scoring started Sunday. Even though his playing time remains relatively high, Robinson is still a shaky, at best, option from a fantasy perspective.
Robinson posted a pair of catches for 15 yards on his two targets Sunday versus the Steelers. Robinson had some mild success in the early part of the schedule but has done very little to impact the offense for a while, compiling just 10 catches for 86 yards on 17 targets over the team's last nine games. There's nothing to suggest his involvement will increase in the coming weeks.
Robinson was unable to haul in any of his three targets during Thursday's game against the Chargers. Robinson has gone without a catch in each of the last two games and three of the last four despite playing 40 percent or more of the offensive snaps in every contest. Given that he hasn't tallied more than three catches in a game this season, it's pretty safe to leave him on the waiver wire in the vast majority of leagues.
|WK||DATE||OPP||OPP RANK||OPP FPTS|
|1||09/11||@Los Angeles Chargers||2||17.00|
|5||10/10||@Kansas City Chiefs||28||23.80|
|8||10/30||@New Orleans Saints||15||20.94|
|13||12/04||Los Angeles Chargers||2||17.00|
|14||12/08||@Los Angeles Rams||22||22.05|
|15||12/18||New England Patriots||5||18.56|
|17||01/01||San Francisco 49ers||19||21.90|
|18||01/08||Kansas City Chiefs||28||23.80|
Red Zone Trends
|3 Year Avg||52||34||393||3||19||11.56||57|