Chicago Bears: 5 best landing spots for Allen Robinson in 2022

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Best landing spots for Chicago Bears wideout Allen Robinson: Indianapolis Colts

The Indianapolis Colts just might be a sneaky contender this coming season. Last year, they had the ghost of Philip Rivers under center before the former Chargers legend announced his retirement. This year, they will have a rejuvenated, motivated Carson Wentz coming over from an ugly divorce with the Philadelphia Eagles.

Offensively, the Colts have some strong pieces. Believe it or not, the Colts boasted the league’s number 10 overall offense in terms of yards per game in 2020. It’s not crazy to think they could improve on that in the coming year.

Their offensive line features one of the best in the business in Quenton Nelson, and as a whole is an above-average unit. Their franchise running back has been solidified with second-year breakout candidate Jonathan Taylor.

At wide receiver, their current two starters will be T.Y. Hilton and second-year pro Michael Pittman Jr. Beyond those two, the Colts have guys like Parris Campbell and Zach Pascal. Campbell has had a rough go to begin his career, coming out of Ohio State, and needs to prove he can stay healthy. Pascal, meanwhile, is a solid No. 3 or No. 4 type of guy.

If the Colts signed Robinson to be their bonafide number one wide receiver, it could cause havoc to opposing defenses with the larger, stronger Pittman also lined up. Assuming Wentz is able to revert to form, even just a little bit, the Colts’ offense would be one to reckon with if Robinson signed next spring.