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Fantasy Football: Is Allen Robinson Primed for a Bounce-Back Season?

Allen Robinson undeniably has a wide range of outcomes in 2019.

In 2015, Robinson topped 1,400 receiving yards and scored 14 touchdowns for the Jacksonville Jaguars with Blake Bortles throwing passes to him -- one of the more impressive accomplishments by a wide receiver in recent memory. Robinson failed to top 1,000 yards in 2016, tore his ACL in the first quarter of his 2017 season, and then totaled just 754 yards in 13 games with the Chicago Bears in 2018 after signing a big-money contract in free agency.

There are plenty of reasons for optimism for the Bears' offense heading into this campaign -- from an expected third-year leap from Mitchell Trubisky, to the second year at the helm for coach Matt Nagy, to the addition of third-round running back David Montgomery (who is far more versatile than Jordan Howard).