By Kyle Yates (FantasyPros), Fri, Sep 17th 2021, 3:25pm EDT
Here's the good news, Allen Robinson had 11 targets in week one and a 27.5% target share. The bad news is that he had an ADOT of 4.3 and 5.8 Yards Per Reception. While this could have been a product of the Bears game plan going up against the Rams defense, which tends to eliminate big plays over the top, it's not exactly encouraging for fantasy managers that spent a premium pick on Robinson. The Bengals secondary should match up Eli Apple on Robinson this week, which is a massive advantage for Robinson. Apple has allowed 1.32 Yards Per Route Covered so far this season and we could see Dalton start to push the ball a little bit more downfield if there's not always going to be over-the-top coverage. This is a perfect opportunity for Robinson to have a bounce-back game, but we can't be completely confident just yet due to the QB play. He can be viewed as a mid-range WR2.