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Will Allen Robinson be a top 5 receiver?

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iPwn    168

Most everyone here seems to be in agreement that despite his down year last season, Allen Robinson is one of the better receivers in the NFL.

A 1,400 yard, 14 TD season in 2015 seems to have set the bar for what he’s capable of, but can he get back to that?

A very strong showing in camp has left many in the media believing that ARob is in for a huge season upcoming. The question arises, however, will our QB situation allow him to reach that mark? And is he actually that good anyway?

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3 minutes ago, iPwn said:

Most everyone here seems to be in agreement that despite his down year last season, Allen Robinson is one of the better receivers in the NFL.

A 1,400 yard, 14 TD season in 2015 seems to have set the bar for what he’s capable of, but can he get back to that?

A very strong showing in camp has left many in the media believing that ARob is in for a huge season upcoming. The question arises, however, will our QB situation allow him to reach that mark? And is he actually that good anyway?

he has a better start in his career stat-wise to both julio jones and sammy watkins despite a worse qb situation - if i was betting on a player on the team to out perform its him

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I dont think he will have a Top-5 season unless:

1. A few elite guys get hurt

2. Our QB play is incredibly better

Between Brown,ODB, Julio, Jordy, Green, and Evans thats 6 right there that I'd expect to be better especially since their team/Qbs are much better

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Jags    11

This is all up to his supporting cast. We know he'll get open and make plays, but it''ll be up to Blake to get him the ball.

 

On the Saints, Chargers, and other teams with proven QBs, he's a top 5 WR. On the Jacksonville Jaguars, we can just keep dreaming. 

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Tugboat    21

The being on the Jaguars factor kinda cuts both ways though.  Yeah, it's not ideal that Bortles is his QB and that could very well be a limiting factor.  But it's also been a factor for him that this team has been utterly incapable of running the football and decided to toss it around 40 times a game instead.  There's opportunity to pile up numbers in that.

 

Could well be that a statistically non-Top-5 season for ARob is actually a good thing for the team, if that means we've actually started to run the football a bit, and/or that other receivers can play well enough to earn some more of the targets if that's what the matchups favour.

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