Robinson caught four passes (six targets) for 15 yards in Sunday's 17-7 loss to the Rams.
Robinson spent most of his night matched up against shutdown corner, Jalen Ramsey, and the defensive back got the better of the matchup. The Bears' top wideout has now posted two rough outings of 15 yards and six yards over his last three contests, but a lot of the blame can be placed on inconsistent quarterback play from struggling third-year pro Mitch Trubisky. Robinson won't have to deal with a corner anywhere near as talented as Ramsey when Chicago takes on the Giants (24th ranked pass defense) on Sunday, and he should remain startable in most formats with 8.6 targets per game this season.
Robinson caught six passes for 86 yards in the Bears' 20-13 win over the Lions on Sunday.
Robinson was targeted on nine of Mitchell Trubisky's 23 passes, and though many of them were off target, he continued to use his amazing athleticism to make difficult contested catches. Robinson could've had a bigger day, but a fantastic defensive play by a defender knocked the ball free on what would have been a reception of over 20 yards, and he also drew a long pass interference penalty. Over his last seven games, he's failed to reach 60 yards on just one occasion and continues to be a steady source of fantasy production.
Robinson caught one pass for six yards in the Bears' 22-14 loss to the Eagles on Sunday.
Despite facing one of the weaker pass defenses in the league, Mitchell Trubisky threw for just 125 yards, which certainly limited any upside for Robinson. He had an opportunity for potential long touchdown after he ran past the cornererback, but Trubisky underthrew the pass, resulting in an incompletion. This was the first time he posted fewer than 60 yards since Week 2, and he still should be considered a solid weekly lineup option.
Robinson caught five passes for 62 yards in Chicago's 17-16 loss to the Chargers on Sunday.
Robinson could've had a pair of touchdowns, but the first didn't work out because the pass was thrown behind him, and on the second opportunity, he was dragged down by a defender for defensive pass interference in the end zone. Although he spent most of the day shadowed by Casey Hayward, he caught five of seven targets while posting at least 60 yards for the sixth time in seventh games, making him a rock-solid weekly lineup option.
Robinson caught 10 passes for 87 yards and a touchdown in Chicago's 36-25 loss to the Saints on Sunday.
Robinson was the only Bears player to be effective throughout the entire contest. During the first half, the team struggled to move the football with the exception of Robinson, who was able to consistently beat tight coverage. He then padded his yardage totals while scoring a touchdown late in the contest when the game was out of hand. He's posted at least 77 yards in each of his last three games while scoring three times during that span, and he's settled in as a rock-solid weekly fantasy starter.
Robinson caught seven passes for 97 yards and two touchdowns in the Bears' 24-21 loss to the Raiders on Sunday.
The Bears came out completely flat in this contest and trailed 17-0 at the half, but that set the stage for Robinson to go off in the second half. In addition to making a ridiculous contested catch in double coverage for 32 yards, he led the team with eight targets and scored Chicago's only receiving touchdowns. He's been targeted at least seven times in each game this season while falling below 60 yards just once, and after his Week 6 bye, he'll continue to be a strong weekly fantasy starter.
Robinson caught seven passes for 77 yards in Chicago's 16-6 victory over the Vikings on Sunday.
Robinson was dominating the Minnesota secondary throughout the first half, as he was the main option in Chicago's passing attack. However, once the Bears took firm control of this game early in the second half, they took the air out of the football, and the focus on the running game made Robinson a nonfactor the rest of the way. He's been targeted at least seven times in each game this season, and he's established a solid weekly scoring floor, and it's likely just a matter of time until he has a matchup that allows him to show the upside that fantasy owners had hoped for when drafting him.
Robinson caught six of seven targets for 60 yards in Monday night's 31-15 win over the Redskins.
Robinson did a decent job helping Chicago move the ball, tying Taylor Gabriel for the team's lead in receptions and targets. Although Gabriel would score three touchdowns from his share of looks, Robinson was comfortably the Bears' No. 2 pass-catcher on the night in terms of production. Following 102 yards in Week 1, however, Robinson has managed a total of 101 in two games since, and he has yet to find the end zone this season. He'll also face a tough Vikings defense in Week 4, but his consistent involvement as his team's top wideout at least offers a relatively sturdy floor.
Robinson caught four passes for 41 yards yards in Chicago's Week 2 victory over the Broncos.
After a fantastic Week 1 performance, the Chicago coaching staff took the ball out of Mitch Trubisky's hands and let the running game take over, which impacted Robinson's fantasy day, though he did lead the team with seven targets. Another problem he faced was that Denver placed their top quarterback, Chris Harris, on him for most of the afternoon, which certainly didn't give his quarterback an easy target to throw to. The Bears will need to throw more in most of their upcoming games, so Robinson should settle in as a steady fantasy option.
Robinson brought in seven of 13 targets for 102 yards in the Bears' 10-3 loss to the Packers on Thursday.
Robinson's receiving yardage and targets were both game-high figures, with the talented wideout garnering the majority of his numbers in the second half. The 26-year-old made three catches over a two-drive stretch in the fourth quarter and was also the intended receiver on Mitchell Trubisky's end-zone interception with 1:58 remaining. Robinson's usage was highly encouraging, and the fact he was able to eclipse the 100-yard mark for only the second time as a Bear was certainly a bonus for fantasy managers. Robinson will look to capitalize on what should be at least a slightly more cohesive passing attack in a Week 2 battle against the Broncos a week from Sunday.
Robinson won't suit up for Thursday's preseason game versus the Panthers.
Despite staying health all offseason, Robinson will be held out by coach Matt Nagy in the exhibition opener. Robinson will be joined by Taylor Gabriel and Cordarrelle Patterson on the sidelines, leaving the likes of Anthony Miller, Javon Wims, Riley Ridley and Marvin Hall to man wide receiver.
Robinson was healthy throughout the offseason program, JJ Stankevitz of NBC Sports Chicago reports.
Robinson's first offseason in Chicago was devoted to rehabbing from the ACL tear he suffered in Week 1 of 2017. As is often the case in a player's first year back from major surgery, he struggled with both health and consistency in 2018, missing three games with injuries (groin, rib) and falling shy of 50 yards in five others. He finally looked like the best version of himself by the end of the campaign, posting a 6-85-1 receiving line in his last regular-season game and a 10-143-1 line in a playoff loss to Philadelphia. Now benefiting from a normal offseason and a second year in the same scheme, Robinson is well positioned to take a step forward in his age-26 campaign, though he's unlikely to return to his peak volume from 2015-16 in Jacksonville (153 and 151 targets). The Bears have a solid group of secondary pass-catching options, and their excellent defense should lead to some weeks where they don't need much volume from Mitchell Trubisky.
Robinson caught 10 passes for 143 yards and a touchdown in Chicago's 16-15 playoff loss to the Eagles.
Robinson caught mostly short passes in the first half before the Chicago coaching staff realized they had a significant mismatch by using its star receiver as a downfield weapon against an overmatched secondary. His 143 yards represented his biggest yardage total of the season and only the second time he exceeded 85 yards in his first year with the Bears. After finishing the season with 55 receptions for 754 yards and four touchdowns, he'll enter the second year of his three-year deal, and he should be the primary receiving option who could see a major uptick in production in 2019.
Robinson (ribs) was a full practice participant Wednesday, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Despite being held out of the Bears' Week 17 win over the Vikings, Robinson shouldn't have any limitations during Saturday's wild-card game against Philadelphia. He'll face a shaky Eagles secondary that gave up the third-most receiving yards (3,082) to wide receivers during the regular season.
Head coach Matt Nagy is optimistic that Robinson (ribs) will be able to play in Sunday's playoff game against the Eagles, Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Robinson sat out Week 17's game against Minnesota due to an injury to his ribs that he sustained in Week 16 against San Francisco. With No. 2 receiver Taylor Gabriel (ribs) and No. 3 receiver Anthony Miller (shoulder) also iffy to play this week, Robinson's potential return to the field is of significant importance for Chicago. The wideout's status will be updated no later than Wednesday when the first injury report of the week will be released.
Robinson (ribs) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Vikings.
With a win over Minnesota combined with a Rams loss to the lowly 49ers representing the Bears' only path to a first-round bye in the playoffs, Chicago isn't inclined to take chances with banged-up players in the regular-season finale. Like Robinson, star safety Eddie Jackson (ankle) will also sit out Week 17 after being listed as doubtful heading into Sunday, but both could be available for the Bears' first playoff game. In the meantime, Taylor Gabriel and Anthony Miller are expected to enjoy heightened roles in the passing attack while Robinson misses his second straight game and third total of the season.
Robinson (ribs) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Vikings.
Robinson caught six of eight targets for 85 yards during last week's 14-9 victory in San Francisco, but he handled his lowest snap share of the season (69 percent) and was then held out of practice throughout this week. His absence may be related to a cautious approach on a team-wide level, as the Bears can only move up to the No. 2 seed in the NFC if the Rams bungle a cupcake home matchup against the 49ers. With Robinson drawing 7.2 targets per game, his absence frees up a considerable amount of work for Taylor Gabriel, Anthony Miller and Josh Bellamy, though Kevin White and Javon Wims could also get involved if it doesn't appear the Bears are getting any help out west.
Robinson (ribs) was held out of practice Thursday.
As expected, Robinson earned a DNP on Thursday's practice report, adding some unease about his status as it marked his second consecutive absence. The Bears can fall no lower than the No. 3 seed in the NFC side of the playoff bracket, but if a victory Sunday coincides with a Rams loss to the 49ers, Robinson and his teammates would enjoy a first-round bye as the No. 2 seed in the conference. Consequently, it may be all hands on deck for the Bears, who could use their most-accomplished wide receiver this weekend against the Vikings' third-ranked pass defense.
Coach Matt Nagy doesn't expect Robinson (ribs) to take part in Thursday's practice, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.
If Robinson is indeed absent, it would mark his second DNP in as many days as he tends to a rib injury. His activity level will be disclosed on the Bears' second Week 17 practice report.
Robinson (ribs) was held out of practice Wednesday.
Coach Matt Nagy opened Wednesday by stating Robinson may not be a "full go" in practice due to a rib injury, per Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun-Times. In fact, Robinson didn't participate in any capacity to kick off Week 17 preparations. There doesn't seem to be any worry about his availability for the regular-season finale against the Vikings at this time, but it may start to creep in as long as he remains away from the practice field.
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