|Date of Birth:||09/21/1994|
|Drafted:||2015 | Round 4 | Pick 126|
|Depth Chart:||2nd string|
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Demarcus Robinson did not catch a pass in the Divisional Round.
Robinson is now Kansas City's fourth receiver with Sammy Watkins (foot) back in the lineup.
Demarcus Robinson catches 89-yard touchdown in win over the Raiders.
Robinson was able to get behind the defense on his only grab of the game. The Florida product finishes the regular season with a 22/288/4 line, including a touchdown in each of the past three games. Robinson will continue to split time behind Tyreek Hill in the playoffs.
Demarcus Robinson scores in Chiefs’ loss.
Robinson caught two passes for 17 yards and a touchdown in the Week 16 loss to Seattle. The score was on a nice catch on the right boundary in the end zone, where he did a nice job of coming back to a dime from Patrick Mahomes. Robinson now has a touchdown in two straight weeks, but he’s difficult to trust in fantasy lineups with championships at stake.
Demarcus Robinson scores in loss to the Chargers.
It was a five-yard touchdown on the team's opening possession as Patrick Mahomes made another highlight play, and Robinson finished with two receptions for seven yards. Fantasy owners are probably better off looking elsewhere as Kelvin Benjamin gains familiarity in the offense.
Demarcus Robinson catches five passes in Week 14.
Robinson gained 42 yards on his five receptions versus the Ravens. This was Robinson's highest receiving total of the season, so he'll look to build on it this Thursday against the Chargers.
Demarcus Robinson catches one pass in Week 13.
Robinson gained 38 yards on his lone reception against the Raiders as he caught a pass down the field and crossed to the opposite side of the field while nearly taking it all the way before going out of bounds. Robinson is a better real-life contributor than fantasy asset at the moment.
Demarcus Robinson catches one pass in Week 11.
Robinson gained 14 yards on his lone reception against the Rams. Even with Sammy Watkins (foot) playing just a few snaps, Robinson didn't have a big role in a game Kansas City scored 51 points. So it's difficult to trust Robinson in fantasy lineups right now.
Demarcus Robinson catches three passes in Week 10.
Robinson gained 30 yards on his three receptions while helping fill in for Sammy Watkins (foot). If Watkins returns to the lineup as expected next week, it'd be difficult to trust Robinson in Week 11 fantasy lineups.
Demarcus Robinson catches one pass in Week 9.
Robinson's lone reception versus Cleveland went for three yards. He's more of a real-life contributor as Kansas City's fourth receiver than he is a reliable fantasy option.
Demarcus Robinson catches one pass against the Broncos.
Robinson's lone Week 8 receptions went for one yard. His role simply isn't big enough to deliver reliable fantasy value right now.
Demarcus Robinson catches both targets in Week 7.
Robinson gained 13 yards on his two receptions against the Bengals. The third-year receiver is a solid fourth receiver for the Chiefs, but he's not a fantasy option right now.
Demarcus Robinson catches two passes against the Broncos.
Robinson had more playing time after Sammy Watkins left the game with a hamstring injury in the second half, and he played well with his opportunity, catching two passes (on three targets) for 31 yards. One key reception was a 23-yarder to get the Chiefs closer to convert a first down late in the game. Robinson would have some deep-league FLEX appeal if Watkins misses more time, but next week against Jacksonville is a very difficult matchup.
Demarcus Robinson scores in Week 2.
Robinson had a very nice three-yard touchdown catch in which he tight-roped the back of the end zone to keep his feet in bounds. It was the first touchdown reception of Robinson's career, and his only of the game. He's an excellent fourth receiver for the Chiefs but is obviously off the fantasy radar for now.
Demarcus Robinson comes up big in playoff loss.
Robinson caught four passes for 57 yards and a touchdown, doing almost all of his damage on the final drive of the fist half for Kansas City. Unfortunately, they couldn't keep a 21-3 halftime lead, as Tennessee scored 19 unanswered points to upset the Chiefs in Arrowhead. Andy Reid's team needs some help at wide receiver next season, so Robinson probably won't be any higher than third or fourth or the depth chart, making him an unattractive target in fantasy drafts later this year.
Demarcus Robinson caught four passes for 31 yards in Sunday's win over Denver.
A fourth-round pick out of Florida in 2016, Robinson finishes his sophomore season with 21 receptions for 212 yards in 16 games (eight starts). He will look to make some plays in January.
Demarcus Robinson catches two passes in Week 13.
Robinson gained 17 yards on his two receptions (three targets) against the Jets. He contributes as a good blocker and presence on the outside, but Robinson doesn't get enough targets to be a fantasy option at the moment.
Demarcus Robinson gets four targets against the Bills.
Robinson caught two passes for 24 yards in the Week 12 loss. He has a role on the outside for Kansas City, but Robinson doesn't get enough looks to be a recommended fantasy option.
Demarcus Robinson gets three targets against the Giants.
Robinson caught one pass for seven yards in the Week 11 loss. Despite his ability, Robinson is not a fantasy option, as his role in Kansas City's offense isn't big enough.
Demarcus Robinson caught two passes for 18 yards in Sunday's loss to the Cowboys.
Outside of a 69-yard performance against the Raiders in Week 7, the rookie hasn't done much since Chris Conley went down for the season. He should be on the waiver wire in redraft leagues.
Demarcus Robinson catches one pass in Week 8.
Robinson gained five yards on his lone reception against Denver. He'll have an easier matchup against Dallas in Week 9, but Robinson isn't a reliable fantasy option quite yet.
Demarcus Robinson plays big for Kansas City against Oakland.
The second-year receiver started his second straight game for Chris Conley, who's out for the year with an Achilles injury, and he appears to be getting more and more comfortable in there. Robinson caught five of eight targets for 69 yards, including a long of 33 yards, versus the Raiders. CBS broadcaster Tony Romo said on multiple occasions how much he likes Robinson, and the Chiefs were high on him throughout the preseason. It looks like he'll be a solid contributor for them for the rest of the season, but he's not a recommended fantasy option next week against the Broncos.
Demarcus Robinson caught one pass in Sunday's loss.
It went for 16 yards. Robinson is replacing Chris Conley in Andy Reid's offense, but he didn't do much against a tough Pittsburg defense. He has a much better matchup against Oakland on Thursday night, but he's no more than a desperation play.
Demarcus Robinson caught one pass in Sunday night's win over the Texans.
It went for 16 yards. The big news of the game for Robinson came when Chris Conley got injured, as Robinson might simply take his place in the starting lineup for the rest of the season if Albert Wilson keeps his usual role. However, it probably won't lead to much fantasy success in an offense centered around Kareem Hunt, Travis Kelce, and Tyreek Hill.
Demarcus Robinson makes three long catches in final preseason game.
The second-year Chiefs receiver had three receptions for 127 yards and a touchdown, including a nice catch on a 53-yard bomb by future starter Patrick Mahomes II. Robinson really took advantage of this final preseason game, and it might have helped him lock up a roster spot with the Chiefs if he was on the bubble. We'll find out for sure on Saturday when cuts are made.
Demarcus Robinson catches one pass in preseason opener for the Chiefs.
His reception was for seven yards. Robinson did also get free for a potentially long touchdown, but rookie Patrick Mahomes II surprisingly underthrew him so it was only 40 yards, but it was wiped out by a holding penalty anyway. Robinson will be a contributor for the Chiefs offense this season, but he probably won't deliver much fantasy value unless Tyreek Hill and/or Chris Conley were to miss time.
Andy Reid talks up second-year receiver Demarcus Robinson.
Robinson was a fourth round pick last year, and Reid identified him when talking of replacing Jeremy Maclin. Reid said Robinson has a lot of ability and has had a "good offseason," but that he's "not saying he's that guy right now." The former Florida Gator had maturity issues and was suspended multiple times in college, but Robinson has ability and is someone to keep an eye on, particularly in dynasty leagues.