Jags WR Allen Robinson was silenced against the Vikings, mustering only 1 catch for 17 yards on 3 targets. It’s an extreme result on a day where Blake Bortles was surprisingly competent. Robinson has now failed to top 35 yards in 4 straight outings. It’s tough to see much upside here for a Week 15 date at Houston.
Jaguars WR Allen Robinson broke through big time with an 80-catch, 14-TD season that found him finishing among the top 6 WRs across fantasy formats in 2015. The huge TD rate plus Jacksonville's high-volume throwing in the red zone present regression potential for Robinson's numbers in 2016, but John Oesher of Jaguars.com believes he's still improving. "As well as he played last season, Robinson has looked like a different receiver early in training camp – and a much better one, too.," Oesher wrote recently. There's certainly room for Robinson to establish himself as a consistent fantasy producer. He's a former 2nd-round pick in a young offense with plenty of room for growth, especially in its passing efficiency. Our WR rankings show that we continue to like him plenty.
Jaguars WR Allen Robinson (leg) is active for this morning’s game against the Bills. He was limited in practice all week, but we’re not expecting the leg to be a major issue. Robinson is a locked-in WR2 despite the difficult matchup.
Jaguars WR Allen Robinson (leg) is probable for Sunday’s game against the Bills. He was limited in practice all week, but we’re not expecting the leg to be a major issue. Buffalo has been tough against #1 WRs, so Robinson might be a fade in DFS. But he’s been too productive to even consider benching in season-long leagues.
Jaguars WR Allen Robinson (leg) put in his 2nd straight limited practice on Thursday. He's fully expected to play against the Bills this weekend, but it'd be nice to see him put in a full workout on Friday.