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Oct 3, 2022 2 7 5 0
Sep 25, 2022 2 23 15 0 2
Sep 18, 2022 4 53 29 1 11
Sep 8, 2022 1 12 12 0 1

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2022 9 95 10.56 1 0.00 10.3
2021 38 410 10.79 1 0.00 494.1
2020 102 1250 12.25 6 -1 -1.00 16110.1
3y Avg. 79 936 11.85 5 0 0.00 1238.2
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Fantasy News

  • Rams' Allen Robinson: Another dismal performance

    Robinson caught two of six targets for seven yards in Monday's 24-9 loss to the 49ers. Despite seeing the third most targets on the team, Robinson was only able to bring in two short passes, another disappointing showing in a season that, outside of a decent Week 2 line (4-53-1), has been full of them. Robinson was unable to gain separation and was constantly smothered during Monday's game, which has become a theme for the 29-year old wideout. Through roughly a quarter of the season, Robinson's 9-95-1 receiving line through four games has to be considered a major disappointment in replacing the production of Robert Woods and Odell Beckham (knee). A tough Week 5 showdown against the Cowboys and their potent defense will make it difficult for Robinson to break out of his slump.
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  • Rams' Allen Robinson: WRs to Sit

    It's been a rough start for Robinson in his Rams tenure, and things aren't likely to improve in Week 4 at San Francisco. While he scored a touchdown in Week 2 against Atlanta and finished with 15 PPR points, he combined for just six PPR points in his other two outings against Buffalo and Arizona. He's yet to go over 55 receiving yards in a game, and he's maxed out at five targets. The 49ers are No. 2 in fewest Fantasy points allowed to wide receivers, so Robinson could be locked down again. He's a No. 4 Fantasy receiver at best this week.
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  • Rams' Allen Robinson: Disappoints with just two catches

    Robinson secured two of five targets for 23 yards during Sunday's 20-12 victory versus the Cardinals. Robinson started the year in dismal fashion with a one-catch game against the Bills, but it looked like he had some momentum after a much more successful Week 2 performance against the Falcons that included his first TD as a Ram. Unfortunately, the veteran wideout regressed Sunday, with the low point coming on a would-be touchdown pass that went right through Robinson's hands. The rapport between him and QB Matthew Stafford just hasn't been developing the way fantasy managers would like, although Robinson seeing two end zone targets Sunday is somewhat encouraging. He'll try to bounce back in Week 4 against a stout San Francisco defense.
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  • Rams' Allen Robinson: Shows rapport with Stafford

    Robinson recorded four receptions on five targets for 53 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 31-27 win over the Falcons. Robinson didn't post a monstrous line, but it still represented a marked improvement over his output in Week 1. In Week 2, he caught a one-yard touchdown to cap the Rams' first offensive possession, and he also showed some big-play ability by tallying receptions of 29 and 15 yards. Cooper Kupp will dominate targets in the offense, but Robinson showed the potential to serve as the legitimate second option with this performance.
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  • Rams' Allen Robinson: WRs to Start

    I'm counting on Allen Robinson to bounce back in Week 2 against the Falcons after a tough season-opener against the Bills when he caught one pass for 12 yards on two targets. He played 95 percent of the snaps against Buffalo and should remain heavily involved again, but this time with more targets. The Falcons just got beat up by the Saints in Week 1 with Michael Thomas and Jarvis Landry each scoring more than 18 PPR points, and Robinson and Cooper Kupp should follow suit this week.
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  • Rams' Allen Robinson: Bust Candidate (Lineup Decisions)

    I'm not sure how much upside Robinson actually has. This feels like a matchup the Rams can win with a big dose of Kupp and Henderson. And it's not some kind of easy matchup for Robinson, because I'm not sure those exist. He's at best a flex who I'd sit for Allen Lazard and Marquise Brown, but would start ahead of Amari Cooper and Elijah Moore.
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  • Rams' Allen Robinson: Lackluster team debut Thursday

    Robinson brought in one of two targets for 12 yards in the Rams' 31-10 loss to the Bills on Thursday night. Robinson's middling production was fairly emblematic of a lackluster night overall for the Rams offense, which had a difficult time getting in sync against an aggressive Bills defense. The veteran receiver was also the intended target on Matthew Stafford's final pass attempt of the night into the left corner of the end zone -- which was broken up -- and his lack of production is likely at least partly a byproduct of the fact there rarely was time for downfield routes to develop thanks to a relentless Buffalo pass rush. Robinson will naturally have much better performances as the season unfolds and he develops further chemistry with Stafford, and previous reports of a solid training camp help support that notion. In the meantime, Robinson's first opportunity to atone for the season-opening dud comes against the Falcons in a Week 2 home battle a week from Sunday.
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  • Rams' Allen Robinson: Sits out preseason

    Robinson didn't play in Saturday's preseason contest versus Cincinnati. Coach Sean McVay held true to his word that he would be holding his starters out of preseason action, which means Robinson's first chance to perform for his new team will be on Thursday, Sept. 8 against the Bills. Robinson was given a three-year, $46.5 million contract in the offseason and will be expected to step in as the complementary piece to Cooper Kupp with the departures of Robert Woods and Odell Beckham (knee). Robinson's 2021 campaign with the Bears was a season to forget, with 38 catches (on 66 targets) for 410 yards and just a single touchdown, but with the Bears averaging a paltry 188.6 passing yards per game (30th in the league), the blame can be assigned more towards the offense as a whole than Robinson's contributions. Expect a bounceback for Robinson with Matthew Stafford representing a big upgrade at quarterback and a Rams offense that ranked fifth in the NFL in passing yards per game at 273.1.
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  • Rams' Allen Robinson: Picking up offense quickly

    Robinson has picked up the Rams' playbook quickly, Stu Jackson of the team's official site reports. Robinson has earned compliments from teammates Matthew Stafford and Cooper Kupp, as well as coach Sean McVay. Coming off a down year with the Bears, Robinson appears primed to bounce back with Stafford throwing him the ball, and the offseason signing is doing his part by getting on the same page as his quarterback as quickly as possible.
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  • Rams' Allen Robinson: Joining Rams on three-year deal

    Robinson is signing a three-year contract with the Rams, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Pelissero's initial report puts the deal at $46.5 million -- a $15.5 average annual value -- with nearly two-thirds of the money guaranteed at signing ($30.7 million). Robinson may have had offers with larger AAVs from other teams, but the reigning champs enticed him with the chance to play for a ring as well as the strong contract guarantees. Plus, he'll work with an above-average starting QB for the first time in his career, though this does mean Robinson will be the second or third receiving option, behind Cooper Kupp and possibly Robert Woods (knee). Of course, Woods is no lock to be ready for Week 1, and this deal might also shut the door on Odell Beckham (knee) returning to Los Angeles. Robinson turns 29 in August, and he had back-to-back seasons with over 1,100 yards before crashing in 2021 with 410 yards in 12 games.
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  • Bears' Allen Robinson: Looks set for free agency

    Robinson is expected to become a free agent, Dianna Russini of ESPN reports. Chicago reportedly won't opt to use the franchise tag on Robinson, who logged the worst statistical season of his career in 2021, excluding the 2017 campaign that saw him suffer a torn ACL in Week 1. After having secured just 38 of 66 targets for 410 yards and one touchdown in 12 appearances, a fresh start could be the best outcome for both Robinson's career and his fantasy prospects. The 28-year-old posted back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons from 2019-20, and if teams around the league are confident he can regain that sort of form, Robinson could find a number of interested suitors.
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  • Bears' Allen Robinson: Quiet in season finale

    Robinson caught two passes for 22 yards in the Bears' 31-17 Week 18 loss to the Vikings, and he ended the season with 38 receptions for 410 yards and one touchdown in 13 games. Despite playing in bad situations that often included poor quarterback play throughout his career, Robinson had, by far, the worst season of his career. On just one occasion did he post more than four receptions in a game, and he failed to reach 70 yards in any contest. It's impossible to know if his play simply dropped off, or if his situation on the Bears was too much to overcome. Look for him to be a polarizing player in 2022 fantasy drafts. After playing the year on the franchise tag, he'll enter his age-29 season as an unrestricted free agent.
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  • Bears' Allen Robinson: Six targets in victory

    Robinson caught four passes for 35 yards in the Bears' 29-3 win over the Giants on Sunday. Although Robinson was second on the team in targets and receiving yardage, this was the seventh time in 10 games that he's been held to 35 yards or fewer. With just a single touchdown on the season and no games with 70 yards, he'll be a risky fantasy option in Week 18 against the Vikings.
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  • Bears' Allen Robinson: Reveals weight loss due to COVID-19

    Robinson said Tuesday that he lost 10 pounds during his recent bout with COVID-19, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports. Robinson was away from the Bears starting Dec. 16 through Monday, when they activated him from the reserve/COVID-19 list. He specifically noted Tuesday that his conditioning may not be up to par, a reality that may lead to some practice limitations Wednesday through Friday. It's unclear if Robinson is in danger of missing a sixth game of the season Sunday against the Giants, but the coming days should provide some insight into his Week 17 availability.
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  • Bears' Allen Robinson: Comes off COVID-19 list

    Chicago activated Robinson (illness) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday, Larry Meyer of the Bears' official site reports. After testing positive for the virus Dec. 16, Robinson missed two consecutive games before he was cleared to rejoin the facility Monday following an 11-day quarantine. Because Robinson will be on track for a full slate of practices this week, he should be able to handle a normal snap count Sunday against the Giants, assuming he feels fine from a conditioning standpoint. A hamstring injury and the stint on the reserve/COVID-19 list has resulted in Robinson making just one appearance since the Bears' Week 10 bye.
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  • Bears' Allen Robinson: Set to be activated

    Robinson (illness) is set to be activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list, Adam Jahns of The Athletic reports. The move has not been made official just yet, but Robinson is on the verge of returning after missing two games due to the COVID-19 virus. Assuming Robinson comes off the list in the coming days, he should be ready to return for the Bears' Week 17 matchup with the Giants.
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  • Bears' Allen Robinson: Still on COVID list

    Robinson remains on the reserve/COVID-19 list ahead of Sunday's game against the Seahawks, per Alyssa Barbieri of usatoday.com and Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic. Until Robinson clears the NFL's COVID protocols, Darnell Mooney, Marquise Goodwin (foot, questionable) and Damiere Byrd should lead the Bears' wideout corps. To add depth at the position in advance of Week 16 action, Chicago elevated WRs Nsimba Webster and Dazz Newsome from the practice squad Saturday, Larry Mayer of the team's official site reports.
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  • Bears' Allen Robinson: Won't play Monday

    Robinson will remain on the reserve/COVID-19 list and won't be available for Monday's game against the Vikings, Larry Mayer of the Bears' official site reports. One of 14 Bears roster members or practice squad players who wasn't restored from the reserve/COVID-19 list prior to the Week 15 contest, Robinson will miss his fourth game of the season after previously missing three contests due to a hamstring injury. With Robinson out of the mix and Marquise Goodwin (foot) listed as doubtful for Monday's contest, both Jakeem Grant and Damiere Byrd should be in store for heavy snap shares alongside No. 1 wideout Darnell Mooney.
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  • Bears' Allen Robinson: Goes on COVID-19 list

    The Bears placed Robinson on the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday. He was one of six Chicago players to land on the list Thursday. If vaccinated, Robinson would have an outside shot at being available for Monday's game against the Vikings if he's asymptomatic for 48 hours and tests negative for the virus on two occasions at least 24 hours apart. At this point in the week, however, Robinson seems more likely than not to sit out Monday, potentially leaving Chicago shorthanded at receiver with Marquise Goodwin (foot) also looking uncertain to play against Minnesota.
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  • Bears' Allen Robinson: Tough season continues

    Robinson caught two passes on six targets for 14 yards in the Bears' 45-30 loss to the Packers on Sunday. Although he was second on the team in targets, Robinson recorded fewer than 36 yards for the seventh time in the 10 games he's played in 2021. With just one touchdown on the year along with an average of 35 yards per game, he'll be difficult to trust in lineups during the fantasy playoffs.
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