Should the Bears trade Allen Robinson?

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If this is the final year of Allen Robinson’s Chicago tenure—and the prevailing sentiment is that it most certainly is—it’s not going too well.

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Fantasy football players who spent an early-round pick on Robinson have had it up to here with the 6’2” wideout, who has averaged an abysmal 38.2 yards over the length of his five-game touchdown drought. In addressing his recent struggles, Robinson has readily admitted to a lack of on-field chemistry with rookie Justin Fields (who circled the drain with five turnovers in Sunday’s demoralizing loss to Tampa Bay), acknowledging the two rarely shared a huddle in training camp. And while there’s probably some truth to that, pointing a finger at the Bears coaching staff for depriving Fields of the first-team reps he so desperately needed this summer (it seems everyone but Matt Nagy knew Andy Dalton wouldn’t last as the Bears’ QB1), doesn’t accomplish much now.