Chicago Bears Fantasy Football: Allen Robinson 2021 preview and outlook
By Nick Skrip
We are now in August and getting closer and closer to the start of the Chicago Bears regular season. Many people are going to be participating in redraft fantasy leagues (single-season leagues) or looking to make trades in dynasty leagues (multi-season leagues) in preparation for a new season.
Many individual fantasy analysts and fantasy football sites have been pumping out projections and rankings for the coming season which gets people thinking about what the outlook of particular players will be.
The WR position is the deepest position for fantasy football. To paint that picture, in 2020 (Weeks 1-17) there were 2 TEs that scored 200 fantasy points, 13 RBs and 27 WRs. Why is this important for the wide receiver position if the position is so deep? Simple. Understanding who to draft and when to draft them will be key in your fantasy drafts, especially when weighing out the upper-tier WRs early on.
Allen Robinson II is one of the league’s most interesting wide receivers to discuss and project. This is a player that has been of great value for fantasy purposes through the years. Within this article, Allen Robinson’s fantasy finishes, QB history/future, 2020 review/2021 projections and fantasy expectations for 2021 will be outlined with the intent to give you a clear understanding of what to expect this coming fantasy season.
**All scoring is PPR (points per reception) league formats**