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What to do with Allen Robinson in Week 6 fantasy football

We go over Allen Robinson’s fantasy football outlook ahead of the Bears Week 6 matchup against the Panthers.

Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson attempts to make a catch against Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Carlton Davis during the fourth quarter at Soldier Field Mike Dinovo-USA TODAY Sports

Allen Robinson is the clear cut No. 1 wide receiver on the Bears offense, and he has been producing as such in fantasy football. Robinson is currently averaging 11.4 targets per game, which he has manage to turn into an average of seven receptions for 84 yards per game for 17.8 fantasy PPR points per game. Robinson will look to continue his high level of production against the Panters in Week 6. Can we expect another big performance? We break down the fantasy implications below.

Fantasy Football analysis: Bears WR Allen Robinson

It doesn’t matter who is throwing the ball. Allen Robinson has shown that he will make plays when given opportunities. While he showed ability to produce with Mitch Trubisky, he has shown that he has even more upside with Nick Foles leading the offense. The Carolina secondary is not the easiest match-up, as they just stifled Matt Ryan and the Falcons offense in Week 5. However, Robinson will still see plenty of targets and cannot be left on the bench in any league. His raw talent and target share make him an every week start, and he belongs in all lineups as a WR 1 in Week 6.

Fantasy Start/Sit Recommendation

Start Allen Robinson as a WR1.