The Chicago Bears could try and send Allen Robinson to the New England Patriots.
Ever since Tom Brady left the New England Patriots to go to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the New England Patriots have been very average. That makes sense as the greatest quarterback who ever lived moves on, you have to try and replace him the right way. They have begun that process with rookie Mac Jones out of Alabama who has done some nice things so far in the NFL.
At 4-4, the Patriots are very much in the mix for the AFC. The Buffalo Bills are one game ahead of them in the division standings and should run away with it. However, the Wild Card is begging the Patriots to be a part of it. Adding a receiver like Allen Robinson for Jones to throw to would be very nice.
Robinson would thrive under coach Bill Belichick. He is not having a good year with the Bears because Matt Nagy is a terrible coach. With Belichick, there would be plays for Mac Jones to hit Robinson that make them both look like new players.
As we get closer to the trade deadline, his value continues to drop so Belichick giving them a fourth-round pick should be good enough. They aren’t going to get much more than that for him so they might as well get something.