Robinson notched two catches for seven yards and a touchdown on three targets Thursday versus the Chargers.
While Robinson didn't see anywhere near the seven targets he received last week against the Ravens, he made the most of it by reaching the end zone for just the second time this season. His added involvement last week may have been an anomaly, given his dip to 36 offensive snaps in Thursday's affair. Robinson could remain involved as the campaign concludes, however, with Sammy Watkins (foot) potentially done for the regular season.
Robinson corralled five of his seven targets, amounting 42 receiving yards during Sunday's 27-24 win against Baltimore.
With Sammy Watkins (foot) potentially done for the remainder of the regular season after aggravating an injury during Thursday's practice, it was Robinson, and not Chris Conley who became the de facto No. 2 option among the Chiefs receiving corps. Robinson's emergence seemingly came out of thin air, as he had no more than three passes thrown his way in a game all season prior to Sunday, while Conley had commanded a sturdy 15 targets over Kansas City's past two outings. It wasn't a flashy performance by any means for the third-year man -- with four of his five catches going for fewer than 10 yards -- but he still produced his greatest receiving output since Oct. 19 of last season. Week 15 brings a matchup against a stout Chargers defense that's held opposing wideouts to 20.9 points per game in standard scoring formats, good for eighth-fewest in NFL.
Robinson hauled in his only target Sunday against the Raiders.
Even with Sammy Watkins (foot) missing most of the last three games, Robinson has amassed just a combined five catches for 82 yards over that span. He was in the starting lineup for the contest and played the third-most snaps among receivers, but he remains well down the pecking order for targets. Robinson's value will shrink even further if Watkins can return next week against Baltimore.
Robinson hauled in one of his two targets Monday against the Rams.
Despite a massive 51 points put up by the Chiefs, Robinson was rarely on the end of a pass attempt by quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Given his lack of involvement even with Sammy Watkins (foot) limited, it seems unlikely Robinson will gain fantasy relevance this season barring multiple injuries to the receiving corps.
Robinson reeled in three of his four targets for 30 yards Sunday against the Cardinals.
Robinson saw some extra reps with the offense Sunday with Sammy Watkins (foot) unavailable for the contest. He logged 43 snaps, falling just short of his season-high 45 earlier in the campaign. Robinson could be in line for increased reps again in Week 11 if Watkins is unable to recover in time.
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