Jacksonville Jaguars: Will Allen Robinson get his groove back?
A year after Robinson went to the Pro Bowl and led the league in touchdowns with 14, he’s hardly been a factor for the Jaguars. In the Week 8 match against Oakland, Robinson sputtered to two catches on eight targets for 9 yards. He had six games with at least 100 receiving yards in 2015. He hasn’t had one of those yet this season, and he’s only cracked 70 twice.
Allen Hurns should not be leading this team in receiving yards at the halfway point, but he is thanks to Robinson’s disappearing act. The Jags defense is allowing 28 points per game, and Blake Bortles isn’t good enough to do this without Robinson. If Robinson doesn’t wake up, the Jaguars could be in line for a sixth straight draft pick in the top five.