Jaguars WR Allen Robinson has torn ACL

Jaguars WR Allen Robinson has torn ACL

He was ruled out for the rest of the game and the fear is he tore the ACL in his left knee, according to National Football League medical analyst for SiriusXM and the San Diego Union-Tribune Dr. David J. Chao. He's out for the season.

Robinson landed awkwardly on his left knee while making a catch in the first quarter of a 29-7 victory against the Texans.

Allen Robinson hurt his knee on the opening drive of the Jacksonville Jaguars huge win over the Houston Texans and he never returned.

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After a 1,400-yard, 14-touchdown season in 2015, Robinson cooled down a year ago at Jacksonville quarterback Blake Bortles struggled.

Robinson appeared to be a potential bounce-back candidate this year, but that status is on hold until his injury is diagnosed. (Note, it's weird to see Hurns listed as a third-teamer, as he's still clearly one of the leading receivers on the team, but that's how it's listed on the team's depth chart).

Losing Robinson is a serious blow for the Jaguars, who are looking to finally put an end to their postseason drought, and Bortles, who is trying to save his job in Jacksonville and prove he deserves a long-term contract extension.