For once in his life, can Allen Robinson catch footballs from a good quarterback?
It does not matter what any team is willing to pay him, Allen Robinson cannot get this wrong this time around. He decided to go to the Chicago Bears for some reason in his free agency four years ago. That was a horrendous idea because no team has less of a clue at what they are doing at quarterback than the Bears. Justin Fields might have some promise, but Josh Allen is the real deal.
From Christian Hackenberg in college at Penn State, to Blake Bortles in Jacksonville to the likes of Mitchell Trubisky, Nick Foles, Andy Dalton and Fields as a rookie in Chicago, enough is enough is enough! Robinson must go to a team in need of a wide receiver who has a Pro Bowl-level quarterback. While he could go to Atlanta and play with Matt Ryan, he will win more with Buffalo.
All things equal, Robinson is a low-end No. 1 wide receiver on a bad team, but can be a high-end No. 2 option on a potentially great team. If he goes to Buffalo, he becomes a better version of what they had a year ago in Emmanuel Sanders. Cole Beasley may not be down with seeing his college teammate go, but just imagine a new Buffalo trio of Beasley, Robinson and Stefon Diggs.
This could be the best offense the Bills have ever had, better than Jim Kelly running the K-Gun.