Game day update: Robinson is all set to be the focal point of the passing attack. Javon Wims has been suspended because of his Week 8 antics while Cole Kmet is questionable with a knee injury. I can’t say Robinson will get a boost from these circumstances but there’s a good chance he’ll get more targets than any other pass catcher in this game.
His name doesn’t come up a lot in the discussion of the most essential wide receivers in fantasy football, but Chicago Bears wideout Allen Robinson is having a pretty good season so far. This week, the Bears will take on the Tennessee Titans, a team that’s been vulnerable to opponent’s No. 1 receivers.
Fantasy Football analysis: Bears WR Allen Robinson
Robinson’s 631 receiving yards this season are the sixth most in the NFL. His 77 targets are tied for the second most. Last week against the Saints, Robinson had 87 yards on six catches with a touchdown. He does have just three scores on the season so far, but he’s playing a team that’s given up 10 touchdowns to wide receivers, including six over the last three games.
It’s not easy to produce with Nick Foles throwing the ball, but Robinson has consistently found a way. You can count on him this week to do it again.
Fantasy Start/Sit Recommendation
Start Allen Robinson.