Player Spotlight: Allen Bernard Robinson II, Chicago Bears
Feature Mouth Guard: 3D Chrome Beast White & Gold
Currently, Allen Robinson is one of the most proficient wide receivers for the Chicago Bears.
Allen Robinson started his professional football career when the Jacksonville Jaguars drafted him during the second round of the NFL Draft in 2014 as the 61st overall pick. Robinson was the 2nd receiver the Jacksonville Jaguars drafted in 2014, also the 11th wide receiver selected. In his college days, he played college football for Penn State.
In 2012, he was considered the best wide receiver for his college team. During his sophomore year, Robinson accumulated a total of 77 receptions for 1,017 receiving yards. He also scored 11 receiving touchdowns. He was named the esteemed title of All-American by The Sporting News. This title is only given to outstanding amateur players that showed off excellent play and talent during a particular season as a specific position.
In January 2014, Robinson publicly announced that he wouldn’t continue to his senior season and instead enter the 2014 NFL Draft. Robinson played a total of 35 games, had 177 receptions over 2,479 yards, and 17 receiving touchdowns in his 3-years of college football.
Allen Robinson’s Rookie Years
Robinson started his rookie years in 2014 as the 4th wide receiver for Jacksonville Jaguars. In October 2014, Robinson scored his first career touchdown from his fellow rookie Blake Bortles. They ended up winning this match 24-6 against the Cleveland Browns. This victory ended the Jaguars’ nine-game losing streak.
Robinson suffered a stress fracture in his right foot; due to this, the last game that he played which had meaningful statistics was the vs the Dallas Cowboys. Robinson played a total of ten games, where he started in 8 of those, in his rookie season. During this, he scored 2 touchdowns and 48 receptions for 548 receiving yards.
The 2015 season was when Robinson really started making a name for himself. He finished his career’s second season with a bang. 80 receptions for 1,400 receiving yards and scored 14 touchdowns. Robinson was the first Jaguar receiver to achieve 1,000 receiving yards in one season since Jimmy Smith back in 2005.
At this time, he also received the record title for the second-most receiving yards in one season in the franchise’s history. Robinson’s fellow players ranked him 31st on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2016. Allen Robinson and his teammate Allen Hurns had an amazing season in 2015. Due to this breakout success, they were nicknamed “The Allen Brothers” and “Thunder and Lightning”
Robinson signed a three-year contract worth $42 million with the Chicago Bears on March 14, 2018. On his Chicago Bears debut, he sported his new number “12” and recorded a team-high of 61 yards. During the 2018 season, Allen Robinson’s mouthguard was identified as the 3D Chrome Beast White & Gold. This stylish and eye-catching NFL mouthguard isn’t easy to miss. It seems like Robinson likes his bling.
In the 2019 season, Robinson finished with a career-high for receptions of 98 for 1,147 receiving yards and scored 7 touchdowns. In the same 2019 season, he also achieved a new record in a game against the Green Bay Packers. He achieved 1,000 receiving yards since 2015 while also becoming the first Bears receiver to reach 1,000 receiving yards in one season since 2014, by Alshon Jeffery. Allen Robinson just keeps on making record after record.