No. 1: Allen Robinson, Chicago Bears
Robinson is one of the few receivers in the league that can total 200 catches in a two-season span and somehow be criminally underrated. Robinson was one of the most productive receivers in the league despite playing with Nick Foles, Chase Daniel, and Mitch Trubisky as his quarterbacks in Chicago.
Robinson has fought through poor quarterback play and minimal quality receivers across from him. If he goes to Indianapolis, he’ll get a better quarterback, more interesting offensive schemes and structure, and a chance to compete for a championship.
Robinson could be a star for the Colts
Frank Reich wants to achieve balance on offense, and it’s hard to find a more promising RB-WR duo for the next few years than Jonathan Taylor and Robinson in the AFC. The only obstacle towards getting him to the Colts could be money, as Robinson is going to cost an extremely dear sum.
Robinson has been one of the best receivers in football despite playing most of his career with Trubisky and Blake Bortles as his quarterbacks. If Wentz ends up playing like the MVP candidate that he was in Philadelphia, Robinson might be able to challenge for the league lead in receiving yards in Reich’s offense.