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

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Best landing spots for Chicago Bears wideout Allen Robinson: Miami Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins are one of those teams that people are wondering what to believe about. Are they a legitimate team on the rise? Or, was last year simply a mirage?

Much of their future depends on just how much Tua Tagovailoa develops. The second-year quarterback needs to improve in all areas. He was a big name coming out of college, but last year as a rookie, he struggled at times. He was even benched for Ryan Fitzpatrick on occasion.

Tagovailoa depended heavily on his myriad of running backs to do a lot o the big lifting. He will need to take the reins in 2021 if the Dolphins offense is to improve upon his rookie year. Miami was in the bottom half of the league’s offenses in 2020 and only put up roughly 230 passing yards per game.

Next year, Will Fuller enters free agency again after his 1-year deal expires. Fuller will Linley look to get paid on a long-term deal, just like Robinson. If Fuller plays exceptionally well in 2020, then he may be back. However, Robinson is a game-changer for that offense. He can be that target- monster which a quarterback like Tagovailoa needs to succeed.

If Miami adds a game breaker at running back, along with Robinson in 2022, their offense would take a giant step — again, assuming the quarterback position is indeed on the rise.