Allen Robinson Claims Matt Nagy Sabotaged Him On Purpose With Offensive Scheme

It appears as though Bears receiver Allen Robinson isn’t upset that coach Matt Nagy was fired following the 2021 season. In fact, Robinson thinks that his down year is a product of being sabotaged out of the head coach’s offense.

When a Bears Twitter user posted an opinion about how Matt Nagy and Ryan Pace’s negligence was on full display by the way they treated Allen Robinson, the free agent receiver commented his stark decrease in targets during the 2021 season — hinting that he was deliberately sabotaged by the coaching.

When another fan pointed out that Allen Robinson’s lack of targets could be due to the fact that he missed four games due to injury, the receiver counted by using his targets per game to show how he was schemed out last year.

Sure, maybe the contract situation with Allen Robinson led to Matt Nagy an GM Ryan Pace letting him fall out of favor in the team’s offense. But I think it’s also worth pointing out that team team had some young, emerging weapons like Darnell Mooney and tight end Cole Kmet into the offense.

Additionally, Robinson built somewhat of a rapport with Mitchell Trubisky, and he was pretty much always the young QB’s first read on a passing play. It was clear that this wasn’t the case with the Andy Dalton-Justin Fields tandem last season.

Either way, Allen Robinson will probably be happy to get out of Chicago, and far away from Matt Nagy’s offense.

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