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

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Best landing spots for Chicago Bears wideout Allen Robinson: New York Jets

The last time a college quarterback out of BYU rocked a headband and made national headlines, the Bears were Super Bowl champions. The New York Jets are hoping that rookie Zach Wilson can come in and immediately elevate one of the NFL’s worst offensive groups.

Going into 2021, the Jets have a bunch of No. 2 type of guys at wide receiver. Wilson is throwing to Corey Davis, Keelan Cole, second-year pro, Denzel Mims and maybe Jamison Crowder, assuming the Jets hang onto him. The one wild card here is rookie Elijah Moore, whom the team is very excited about.

Moore should be around for a long time and could be one of the league’s quickest, more exciting weapons. But, the team’s big free agent signing this year, Davis, is only guaranteed two years in New York. The Jets can move on after the 2022 season, meaning if Robinson signed, Davis’ role would decrease and he’d likely be gone by 2023.

Imagining an offense with Moore, Robinson and Davis next year, though, is intriguing. Wilson would have a strong, diverse group of targets. The biggest issue for New York, then, would be improving their non-existent ground game.