Chicago Bears: Three studs from the 2020 season

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Chicago Bears, Allen Robinson
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Allen Robinson is my number one stud for the Chicago Bears

Stud #1: Allen Robinson

For me, Allen Robinson was the best player on the Chicago Bears this year. He was consistent all season which is why I give him the slight edge over David Montgomery. I don’t think Robinson will be on the team next season which is a shame, because his production will be very hard to replace if this happens.

Robinson had another fantastic year for the Bears. Going for 102 receptions, 1,250 yards, and six touchdowns. Robinson has produced every year he gets on the field. After suffering a season-ending injury in Week 1 of 2017, he signed with Chicago before the 2018 season.

He quickly showed that an injury wouldn’t slow him down and he has now gone over 1000 yards for two of his three seasons with the Bears. Robinson has yet to play with a truly good QB which he now has the chance to do with his upcoming free agency.

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The Bears could choose to franchise tag Robinson which may very well be their plan since they retained the current regime. The Bears currently have a lot to work to do this offseason and replacing Allen Robinson’s production would certainly be an issue for the team. Either way. Allen Robinson was once again great for Chicago and is my biggest stud of the season.