Robinson caught three of seven targets for 54 yards during Sunday's 24-17 win over the Packers.
The bulk of Robinson's damage came during the Bears' opening drive when he ran a quicks stop route, ducked the tackle, and cut up field for a gain of 30 yards. The Bears' offensive struggles have hit Robinson as of late as the go-to receiver has been held scoreless in five consecutive games and has topped 55 yards just once in that span. Still as the 30-yard reception showed, he has the ability to make a big play at any time and he's averaged an impressive 16.0 yards per catch over his past six games. He's just not getting the sort of volume of catches needed to capitalize. Look for that to change if quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is able to build on Sunday's solid outing. Next up is a San Francisco defense that has been so-so in avoiding big passes, surrendering 11.7 yards per opponent reception.
Robinson (hip) is active for Sunday's game against the Packers, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Though Robinson was listed as questionable heading into the weekend, his status never looked to be in much peril after he practiced fully Friday. Now that it's been confirmed he'll suit up, Robinson shouldn't face any restrictions with his snap count as the Bears look to avenge their Week 1 loss to their divisional rival. In that contest, Robinson reeled in four of seven targets for 61 yards.
Robinson (hip) was a full practice participant Friday, but he's listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Packers, Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Robinson made progress each day this week, missing practice Wednesday and logging a limited session Thursday. Although he doesn't seem to be in much actual danger of missing Sunday's contest, cautious fantasy owners may want to check back when the Bears release their inactive list at approximately 11:30 a.m. EST on Sunday. Robinson hauled in four of seven targets for 61 yards in a Week 1 matchup with the Packers, landing awfully close to his per-game averages for the season (4.2 catches for 56 yards on 7.2 targets). Coach Matt Nagy said Friday that he expects Robinson to play in Sunday's game.
Robinson (hip) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
The lone player on the Bears' Week 15 injury report, Robinson doesn't seem in any peril of sitting out Sunday in Green Bay. Coach Matt Nagy labeled Robinson's absence from Wednesday's practice as a maintenance day, and the wideout's involvement in Thursday's session has him trending in the right direction as the weekend approaches. During his Bears debut in the season opener against this same Packers squad, Robinson was targeted seven times, reeling in four of them for 61 yards.
Coach Matt Nagy said Robinson (hip) is expected to practice Thursday, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Robinson was held out of Wednesday's session due to a hip injury, but Nagy merely termed it a "maintenance day." The preceding seems to signal Robinson's availability for Week 15 isn't in peril. However, Thursday's practice report will reveal how many reps he was able to handle.
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