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Fantasy Football Reaction: Los Angeles Rams sign WR Allen Robinson II

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson II (12) makes a catch in the fourth quarter against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field. Mandatory Credit: Philip G. Pavely-USA TODAY Sports

Arguably the best wide receiver available in free agency has a new home: former Jacksonville Jaguars and Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson has inked a three-year, $45 million with the Los Angeles Rams. The deal includes $30 million guaranteed, cementing A-Rob as one of Matthew Stafford’s top pass-game options for the coming years.

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This past season obviously wasn’t Robinson’s best performance, but it’s truly an outlier in terms of what he managed to pull off from a fantasy perspective during the first seven seasons of his career. Previously, the 28-year-old veteran offered a true WR1 ceiling to go along with a WR3 floor in fantasy land.

  • 2014: 11.7 PPR points per game (WR35)
  • 2015: 19 (WR8)
  • 2016: 12.5 (WR34)
  • 2017: Injured
  • 2018: 11.8 (WR34)
  • 2019: 15.9 (WR11)
  • 2020: 16.4 (WR13)
  • 2021: 7.3 (WR85)

What happened in 2021? Well, a lot. Robinson dealt with both a hamstring injury as well as COVID last season, ultimately appearing in just 12 games and racking up only 66 targets – the lowest mark of his career aside from his injury-riddled 2017 campaign. Uneven quarterback play from both Andy Dalton and Justin Fields hardly helped matters inside an offense that constantly left much to be desired from a play-calling perspective.

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