Who is Bears’ offensive MVP through the first 10 weeks?

Alyssa Barbieri
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The Chicago Bears offense has once again been a complete and utter mess this season. They’re responsible for a four-game losing streak that has dropped them out of the playoffs heading into the bye week.

But there has been one saving grace, once again, in receiver Allen Robinson, who Chicago still hasn’t managed to ink to a contract extension. And with the way things have been happening this season, it wouldn’t be a surprise if Robinson is playing elsewhere in the near future.

Despite the struggles of the offense and continued poor quarterback play, Robinson remains on track for a 1,000 yard season. Robinson has 63 receptions for 755 yards, good enough for seventh in the league, and three touchdowns. He also has the most contested catches in the league with 40 since 2019.

“His professionalism—and, again, I’ve already said this before—is probably one of the best I’ve ever been around before as a player and as a coach,” said Bears receivers coach Mike Furrey. “His demeanor towards the game, his focus towards the game, his preparation, is by far the best that I’ve ever seen.”

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How has Bears WR Allen Robinson fared after first 10 weeks?