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Jan 6, 2024 0 0 0 0
Dec 31, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 23, 2023 4 36 14 0 3
Dec 16, 2023 3 19 8 0 1
Dec 7, 2023 1 21 21 0 2
Player Outlook
Robinson was traded from the Rams to the Steelers in the offseason and it's very difficult to see how that is going to stop the steep downward curve of Robinson's production. Before the 2021 season, Robinson had never delivered less than 1.33 yards per route run. In 2021 with Chicago, that number fell to 1.14 before cratering to 0.93 last year. Robinson has missed 12 games over the past two seasons and has been one of the least efficient wide receivers in the NFL when he was active. We understand if you want to take one more chance on Robinson regaining form, but we wouldn't do it before Round 15 in any format.

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2023 34 280 8.24 0.00 231.4
2022 33 339 10.27 3 0.00 484.8
2021 38 410 10.79 1 0.00 443.7
3y Avg. 58 666 11.48 3 -0 0.00 775.9
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  • Steelers' Allen Robinson: Probable offseason cut

    The Steelers will add $10 million in 2024 cap space if Robinson is released this offseason, Mark Kaboly of The Athletic reports. Robinson has one year remaining on his contract but was always a long shot to actually see the money. That's especially true after he somehow managed to produce just 280 receiving yards and no TDs despite starting all 17 games in 2023 and playing 72 percent of Pittsburgh's snaps on offense. If Robinson does stick around, it'll be with a renegotiated contract that puts him much closer to the veteran's minimum than to his currently scheduled salary of $10 million. Even in that scenario, he's unlikely to be assured of a top-three role under new offensive coordinator Arthur Smith.
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  • Steelers' Allen Robinson: Suffers concussion Monday

    Robinson was diagnosed with a concussion during Monday's wild-card loss in Buffalo, Burt Lauten of the Steelers' official site reports. After hitting his helmet on the turf late in the third quarter and staying down on the field for a spell, Robinson went to the locker room to be checked for a head injury. With a concussion confirmed, he'll finish his first season with the Steelers with a 34-280-0 line on 49 targets in 17 games.
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  • Steelers' Allen Robinson: Getting concussion check

    Robinson went the locker room during Monday's wild-card game at Buffalo to be evaluated for a concussion, Burt Lauten of the Steelers' official site reports. Robinson's helmet hit the turf late in the third quarter, and he immediately was escorted to the locker room. Assuming he's diagnosed with a concussion, he'll finish Pittsburgh's postseason opener with two catches (on three targets) for 12 yards.
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  • Steelers' Allen Robinson: Limited results again in 2023

    Robinson secured 34 of 49 targets for 280 yards over 17 games in 2023. Although Robinson appeared in every game this season, his decline in production continued during his first year in Pittsburgh. He averaged under 10 yards per reception for the first time in his career, and his 280 receiving yards represented a career-low mark over a full season. Part of his struggles can attributed to the Steelers' lack of offensive production for most of the year, but the 30-year-old's results have trended downward over the past three seasons. If he remains in Pittsburgh in 2024, it seems unlikely that he'd see a significant increase in production.
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  • Steelers' Allen Robinson: Not targeted against Seattle

    Robinson wasn't targeted during the Steelers' 30-23 win over the Seahawks on Sunday. Robinson drew at least three targets in each of his four appearances leading up to Week 17, but he wasn't involved in the passing game Sunday as quarterback Mason Rudolph targeted just four pass catchers in the win. While Robinson should continue to see ample playing time during Pittsburgh's regular-season finale next week, he hasn't displayed much fantasy upside this season.
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  • Steelers' Allen Robinson: Tallies four receptions in win

    Robinson secured all four of his targets for 36 yards during Saturday's 34-11 win over Cincinnati. Pittsburgh's offense was clicking with Mason Rudolph under center Saturday, and Robinson had his highest reception total since Week 5 and his highest yardage total since the regular-season opener. He's tallied double-digit yards in six consecutive games, securing 15 of 18 targets for 126 yards during that time. Despite Saturday's encouraging performance, it seems unlikely that Robinson will be a significant fantasy asset over the final two weeks of the season.
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  • Steelers' Allen Robinson: Logs three receptions in defeat

    Robinson secured all three of his targets for 19 yards during the Steelers' 30-13 loss to the Colts on Saturday. The Steelers were unable to return to the win column during Saturday's matchup, and Robinson's role remained limited. He's been held below five targets in each of his nine appearances since Pittsburgh's Week 6 bye, and he's secured 13 of 18 targets for 107 yards during that time.
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  • Steelers' Allen Robinson: Tallies 21 yards in loss

    Robinson secured one of three targets for 21 yards during the Steelers' 21-18 loss to the Patriots on Thursday. Robinson was targeted twice earlier in Thursday's matchup, but his lone reception came on the final play of the game when the Steelers tried to pull off a miracle with a long field and no timeouts. He's now tallied double-digit receiving yards in four consecutive games, securing eight of 11 targets for 71 yards during that time. However, the 30-year-old's results haven't been enough to make him a fantasy-relevant option.
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  • Steelers' Allen Robinson: Hauls in three passes

    Robinson caught all three of his targets for 19 yards in Sunday's 24-10 loss to the Cardinals. The veteran wideout caught three or more passes for just the fifth time this year, bringing his total up to 26 receptions through 12 games. All of Robinson's targets came after Kenny Pickett (ankle) left Sunday's game, and with Pickett set to miss some time, Mitch Trubisky is in line to assume the starting duties. Trubisky and Robinson spent three years together in Chicago, so the two could have built a rapport during that time. Even with Trubisky starting, Robinson will likely remain a non-viable option for most fantasy managers, as he ranks fifth on the Steelers with 204 receiving yards on the season.
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  • Steelers' Allen Robinson: Held to one catch Sunday

    Robinson secured his lone target for 11 yards during the Steelers' 16-10 win over the Bengals on Sunday. Although the Steelers looked much better offensively Week 12 following the recent firing of offensive coordinator Matt Canada, Robinson remained limited during the victory. While he topped 20 receiving yards in three of his first five appearances with the Steelers, he's secured just six of nine targets for 48 yards over the past six weeks and is unlikely to have much fantasy upside as long as the team's other pass catchers are healthy.
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  • Steelers' Allen Robinson: Logs three receptions Sunday

    Robinson secured three of four targets for 20 yards during the Steelers' 13-10 loss to Cleveland on Sunday. Robinson had totaled just two receptions for 17 yards during the first four games after the Steelers' Week 6 bye. While he was slightly more productive Sunday, he had limited fantasy production and is unlikely to have much upside unless the Steelers' offense drastically improves to close out the regular season.
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  • Steelers' Allen Robinson: Tallies 10 yards Thursday

    Robinson secured one of two targets for 10 yards during the Steelers' 20-16 win over Tennessee on Thursday. Robinson had some relatively encouraging performances before the Steelers' Week 6 bye while Diontae Johnson was unavailable, but the 30-year-old has been held in check over the last three games now that Johnson is back in action. Across the last three matchups, Robinson has secured two of four targets for 17 yards. He hasn't yet found the end zone in 2023 and doesn't have much upside while the rest of Pittsburgh's receivers are healthy.
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  • Steelers' Allen Robinson: Minimal workload in Week 7

    Robinson secured his lone target for seven yards during the Steelers' 24-17 win over the Rams on Sunday. The 30-year-old put together some relatively encouraging performances over the past few weeks while Diontae Johnson was sidelined, but Robinson's role within the Steelers' offense decreased once Johnson was back in action. Robinson hasn't topped 30 receiving yards in any of the last five games and is unlikely to be a reliable fantasy option now that the team's receiver room is back to full strength.
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  • Steelers' Allen Robinson: Five catches in victory

    Robinson secured five of nine targets for 29 yards during the Steelers' 17-10 win over the Ravens on Sunday. Robinson finished second on the team in targets in Week 5 with Diontae Johnson (hamstring) still on injured reserve. However, Robinson averaged just 5.8 yards per reception as the team's offense struggled with its efficiency once again. The 30-year-old's target share has been inconsistent in recent weeks, as he had totaled nine targets over the prior three games before logging Sunday's season-best mark in the category. The Steelers have a bye before facing the Rams in Week 7.
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  • Steelers' Allen Robinson: Good to go for Week 4

    Robinson (ankle) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game in Houston. Robinson made steady progress throughout the week, as he got a limited practice in Thursday after sitting out Wednesday, then upgraded to full participation Friday to avoid an injury designation altogether. The veteran wide receiver has 11 catches for 100 yards on 15 targets through three games with Pittsburgh. Robinson and Calvin Austin should continue to see extra opportunities alongside George Pickens with Diontae Johnson (hamstring ) on injured reserve.
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  • Steelers' Allen Robinson: Back to limited practice Thursday

    Robinson (ankle) was upgraded to a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Brooke Pryor of ESPN.com reports. Robinson was DNP Wednesday, so this puts him on track to play in Week 4 against the Texans. The Steelers' slot man, Robinson has turned 15 targets into a scoreless 11-100-0 receiving line after three games. He's not a high-percentage fantasy bet in a run-based offense.
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  • Steelers' Allen Robinson: Misses practice Wednesday

    Robinson (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. Head coach Mike Tomlin previously noted that Robinson might be limited during the early portions of the week, so the wideout's absence from practice Wednesday wasn't entirely surprising. Robinson now has two more chances to return to the practice field ahead of Sunday's game against the Texans. He'll presumably need to practice fully by Friday in order to avoid heading into the weekend with an injury designation.
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  • Steelers' Allen Robinson: Tending to ankle issue

    Coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday that Robinson is dealing with an ankle injury that may limit him during the early part of Week 4 prep, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. The Steelers will take the field Wednesday for their first practice of the week, but it seems as if Robinson will have some sort of cap on his reps. As a result, his activity level will be something to watch as the week goes on to get a sense of his availability for Sunday's game at Houston. With Diontae Johnson (hamstring) on IR and Gunner Olszewski in the concussion protocol, George Pickens, Calvin Austin, Miles Boykin and Dez Fitzpatrick are the only healthy wide receivers on Pittsburgh's active roster.
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  • Steelers' Allen Robinson: Little production on four catches

    Robinson caught all four of his targets for 24 yards in Sunday's 23-18 win over the Raiders. Robinson doubled his production from a week ago, but it still resulted in an unsavory fantasy line. The 30-year-old has struggled to fit in with a developing Pittsburgh offense, even with Diontae Johnson (hamstring) getting hurt in Week 1. Since Johnson landed on IR, Robinson has seen roughly equal snap counts to second-year wideout Calvin Austin, but the latter has been more productive and scored a 72-yard touchdown in Sunday's win. Robinson should be considered a low-end fantasy play against Houston in Week 4.
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  • Steelers' Allen Robinson: Quiet in elevated role

    Robinson finished with two receptions (on three targets) for 12 yards in Monday's 26-22 win over the Browns. Robinson got the start alongside George Pickens (4-127-1) after Diontae Johnson (hamstring) was placed on IR this week. The veteran wideout wound up seeing his targets and production decrease compared to last week's five-catch, 64-yard performance as the No. 3 receiver. The Steelers' schedule softens up after facing two of the league's top pass defenses, so Robinson could experience more success against the Raiders on Sunday.
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