Where is the stock trending for Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson?
When looking at Allen Robinson, it is hard to say that his stock is down. The argument would likely be that he does not have an offseason to get on the same page with a new quarterback. Beyond that, the Chicago Bears did not add much in terms of other skill players that could take pressure and attention away from Robinson.
In fact, in losing Taylor Gabriel, they are looking for Ted Ginn or Darnell Mooney to add a speed element that can keep safeties honest. Without that, all eyes will be glaring on Robinson, who may see some struggles early into his 2020 season.
However, on the other hand, this is an offense that is going to clearly run through Robinson. Robinson was third in targets and targets per game last season and is likely going to be right back in that spot next year.
Beyond that, Nick Foles is very likely to be the best quarterback he has ever played with. The bar is not high. He played with Christian Hackenburg, Blake Bortles, Chad Henne, Mitch Trubisky, and Chase Daniel.
Even if the Chicago Bears shuffle between Foles and Trubisky, there is no player that Trubisky trusts more than Robinson. It may take time to get on the same page as Foles, but Foles is the best talent to get a player like Robinson the ball that Robinson has ever seen. Maybe they start slow but with the volume and efficiency, the odds are they would finish fast.
There is a reason for concern with who is throwing Robinson the ball, but this is a legit top tier receiver, and his stock will continue to rise.