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WR Allen Robinson - Jacksonville Jaguars

6-2, 220Born: 8-24-1993College: Penn StateDrafted: Round 2

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17 at IND 70 0 0 0 12 5 82 0 0 8.2

Recent Game Summaries

2016 Week 17 vs IND (12 / 5 / 82 / 0 rec)

Robinson started off the game with a terrific catch and run on the first drive and then was largely quiet outside of that. He beat triple coverage from the Colts early on to streak open downfield but Vontae Davis made an all-pro play to break it up. He did not have a bad game plagued by drops, effort issues, or inconsistency. Instead, he simply went against a great cornerback, which you can live with.

2016 Week 16 vs TEN (12 / 9 / 147 / 0 rec)

Robinson, like Bortles, had a bounce back game in what has been a nightmare season. He finally looked exactly like the 2015 version of himself. Tough YAC, Great adjustments, and playing with attitude; He did it all. Perhaps the biggest adjustment he made was mental, as he was able to be the go-to target on the Jaguars final offensive drive, making clutch catch after clutch catch, which is something that he struggled with all season long.

2016 Week 15 vs HOU (8 / 2 / 15 / 0 rec)

Allen Robinson has 3 catches for 32 yards in the last two games. The only thing he is currently doing well is drawing pass interference flags. He is broken beyond repair, for this season at the least. The talent is obviously still there but mentally he has shown week in and week out he can't put it together right now.

2016 Week 14 vs MIN (3 / 1 / 17 / 0 rec)

After the news broke that Allen Robinson and Bortles had a sit down to discuss their struggles getting on the same page, Robinson had a whopping one catch against the Vikings. Bortles rarely went his way, and when he did it was largely inaccurate passes. Robinson did struggle to get consistent separation against the physical Vikings DBs, which has been a huge issue for him all season.

2016 Week 13 vs DEN (10 / 3 / 31 / 0 rec)

Allen Robinson is as in sync with Blake Bortles as he was last season, in the sense that he is having just as disappointing of a season as his quarterback is. He struggled to gain any separation vs the Broncos' trio of defensive backs and was dominated by their physicality whenever challenged. He also was directly responsible for an interception, as he bobbled a rare accurate Bortles pass and practically handed it to Chris Harris. Robinson is clearly in his own head in which is a lost season.

2016 Week 12 vs BUF (4 / 2 / 24 / 0 rec)

Robinson did not see many targets this game but he impressed when the ball went his way. Him and Bortles finally connected on their first deep pass of the year, with Robinson making a terrific adjustment on a back shoulder throw. Robinson made a similar amazing catch earlier in the game but failed to get the 2nd foot in. This game was a good example of Robinson being out of his own independent funk, despite Bortles still struggling.

2016 Week 11 vs DET (7 / 3 / 18 / 1 rec)

Robinson had a touchdown catch in his 3rd straight game. It looks like he is finally out of his individual slump, as the poor routes and ball security issues have largely disappeared over the last few games. He is still unable to make a difference as a vertical threat due to the poor play that he is getting from his quarterback, but he has done all he can lately to make the best of a bad situation. He is still clearly the top player in the passing game.

2016 Week 10 vs HOU (13 / 9 / 107 / 1 rec)

Robinson finally had the slump-breaking type of game that we have been waiting for him to have. He cut out the drops and played much more physical than he has all season. For the first time this season, he looked like a wideout who can produce regardless of how his quarterback is playing.

2016 Week 9 vs KC (11 / 7 / 76 / 1 rec)

Allen Robinson is even more frustrating than Bortles. He made several acrobatic grabs that made it look like he was returning back to form, including his toe touching touchdown at the end of the first half. But he also has continued his trend of having drive killing plays. Effort is officially an issue, as he jogged under a Blake Bortles deep pass and made zero attempt to even look like he wanted to catch it. He is also still struggling against physicality. He is not out of his slump.

2016 Week 8 vs TEN (15 / 6 / 70 / 0 rec)

Robinson continues to struggle immensely. He dropped several passes that were passes that he would have caught last season and he is struggling heavily vs physicality against defensive backs. He made one great adjustment to a pass at the end of the game but there is still much more bad than good with Robinson right now. He is struggling just as much as his quarterback is.

2016 Week 7 vs OAK (8 / 2 / 9 / 0 rec)

Robinson is not getting any help from his quarterback, but he is also playing the worst ball of his career. He is struggling to beat coverage now that teams are dictating complete game plans to him, and somehow his hands have become completely untrustworthy. He somehow has the most dropped passes on the team, including a horrendous drop on what should have been a first down. He looks nothing like the budding star of 2015.

2016 Week 6 vs CHI (6 / 3 / 49 / 0 rec)

Robinson was absolutely dominating on the first drive of the game, showing incredible hands and catch radius. But when his numbed was called in the end zone, he had quite possibly the worst play of his career, letting a touchdown pass bounce off his chest and into the hands of a defender. He was then largely ignored for the rest of the game, though his quarterback did him no favors when he was targeted. Robinson has now dropped 3 touchdown passes on the season.

2016 Week 4 vs IND (10 / 5 / 55 / 1 rec)

His stat line won't reflect it, but Robinson was by far the best player on the field between the Jaguars offense and the Colts defense. He was again the focal point of the teams passing game and was consistently embarrassing Colts' defenders with his routes (see his TD.) He also drew over 3 pass interference calls, and frankly should have had 2 more called, because the Colts only defense for him was to grab him. He had one bad drop in the endzone that should have been a 2nd touchdown, but he had a great day. He just needs his QB to be more accurate on the deep shots and then his numbers will explode.

2016 Week 3 vs BAL (11 / 7 / 57 / 2 rec)

Robinson finally found the endzone for the first time in 2016 after he had an incredibly detailed route to beet Shareece Wright in the red zone. He consistently made underneath grabs for the Jaguars after dropping one pass on the game's first possession. His second TD was on a fade in the red zone and he made a great in-air adjustment and secured the ball when landing. The team made it an emphasis to target him early and often, making it clear that he will be the focus of the passing game from this point on.

2016 Week 2 vs SD (5 / 3 / 54 / 0 rec)

Allen Robinson was largely held in check by Jason Verrett. It is tough to say whether the Jaguars decided to just opt to not target Verrett or if Verrett shut Robinson out, but he was a non-factor either way. The only target he saw before garbage time was a slant where he had beaten Verrett but failed to adjust to a catchable ball. Robinson saw 15 targets in week 1 so it was strange to see him phased out like this.

2016 Week 1 vs GB (15 / 6 / 72 / 0 rec)

Allen Robinson had an up and down game. On one hand, he drew to constant ire of the Packers defensive backs. It seemed like on each of his first 5-to-6 targets of the game that the Packers committed some blatant form of pass interference out of desperation. None of these were called, for whatever reason, but Robinson was consistently beating the Packers DBs to force these plays. Robinson was also the target on several of the Jaguars 4th down attempts, showing that he is the player that they trust in go-to situations. On the downside, Robinson failed to connect with Bortles on 3 of their 4 deep attempts. One of these was a miscue between the two players, while the other two failures were failures by Robinson to secure the catch, albeit against tough coverage.

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