Robinson caught six of seven targets for 58 yards in Sunday's 38-21 loss to the Chargers. Robinson tied for his team's lead in targets, but Kansas City's offense wasn't its usual high-flying unit with star quarterback Patrick Mahomes and others being rested ahead of the playoffs. Still, Robinson was able to haul in all but one pass his way, matching his season high with six receptions. Though having teammates Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce back in action for the Chiefs' playoff run should move Robinson down to his usual place in the pecking order, the veteran at least showed relatively well in an expanded role Sunday.
Robinson reeled in both of his two targets for 29 yards and a touchdown Sunday versus the Falcons. Robinson didn't contribute much Sunday but made his pair of looks count by reaching paydirt in what turned out to be the deciding score with just under two minutes remaining. Given that the Chiefs have locked up the No. 1 seed, it's possible some of the usual starters will receive lighter workloads next Sunday, which could open up more looks for Robinson to close out the regular season.
Robinson compiled just two catches for 27 yards on three targets Sunday versus the Saints. Robinson has hit the field somewhere in the 50s in terms of offensive snap percentage over each of the last three weeks with Sammy Watkins back in the fold. At best, Robinson is fourth or fifth in the pecking order for looks in the passing attack, so there remains little upside for him from a fantasy standpoint.
Robinson reeled in his lone target for just 13 yards versus the Dolphins. Robinson primarily serves as a blocker for the Chiefs on offense, having finished with four or more catches just four times through the first 13 games. That's unlikely to change as long as the team still boasts its full allotment of weapons, which includes arguably the league's top tight end and a capable pass-catching back in Clyde Edwards-Helaire to go along with star wideout Tyreek Hill.
Robinson reeled in both of his targets for 39 yards Sunday versus the Broncos. Robinson hasn't finished with more than 69 receiving yards in a game this season but had snared a combined 11 passes over the last two weeks before seeing minimal passes in his direction Sunday. Robinson's two targets are his fewest since the team's previous game versus the Broncos in Week 7, so there's reason to believe he will be in line for at least a slightly better showing next week versus Miami.
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