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Optimisery: The Case for and Against Allen Robinson in Los Angeles

Will Allen Robinson finally thrive in a top-quality offense? Or is he simply not as good as advertised?

Allen Robinson

Will Allen Robinson finally thrive in a top-quality offense? Or is he simply not as good as advertised?

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Optimisery: The Case for and Against Allen Robinson in Los Angeles
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Mark Boutot
1 month ago

As I’ve made clear in a couple of other articles, points which I won’t re-type here (changed my mind halfway through typing), I am on the optimist side. It’s all a matter of perspective, whether you are the bug or you are the windshield (old Dire Straits song). I place greater emphasis on: Robinson’s less than stellar QB associations in his career; the mess that the Bears were last year (and still are this year, even with the regime change); the possibility that his woeful effort (as mentioned by others) last season would carry over to the rest of his career was due more to him getting franchise tagged by the Bears, even though he had been asking for a commitment for years from them. Side note: YOU go to YOUR boss and ask him/her/them/it for a raise, say yeah for the past couple of years I’ve done great, got all those orders shipped, hit those quality numbers, reduced our costs, averaged 100 receptions, 1200 yards and 6 TDs a season but your boss says, “Sorry, pal, it ain’t gonna happen”, and see what kind of effort YOU put into each day. Having a tough time getting out of your car in the morning, eh??? Plus, there’s my thinking that “29” is the new “26.5”, meaning players may be able to produce at a high rate for a couple of years longer than has been the case in recent history.

So, anyhow, I like the way Robinson is set up in LA: decent QB (thinking positively they will manage it well); pretty good contract, showing commitment; and he won’t be the only top WR there, taking the direct focus and pressure off of him. I think he’s a “BUY” and that’s what makes a market.

Mark Boutot
1 month ago
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