8. Allen Robinson, Bears (Stay-Away)
Ever since Robinson racked up 1,400 yards and 14 touchdowns with the Jaguars in 2015, fantasy players have gone after him with the expectation that he’ll one day replicate that kind of production. But it’s time to accept that with expectations like that, Robinson will always be destined to be a bust.
To be fair, Robinson had a decent season in 2018 after missing most of 2017 with a torn ACL. But his 55 catches and four touchdowns could be the best Robinson can do, at least with Mitch Trubisky and the Bears. Despite the strides Trubisky made last season, there’s little evidence to suggest that he’ll ever be an elite passer who shreds opposing defenses from the pocket. Unless Trubisky can take things to another level, there’s a limit to Robinson’s fantasy that’s well short of what he managed to produce in 2015.