Bears' Allen Robinson: 'Sky Is The Limit For Us'

"It's all guys continuing to play with a chip on their shoulder," Robinson says.

McNeil & Parkins Show
November 26, 2018 - 2:37 pm
Bears receiver Allen Robinson dives for the end zone.

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(670 The Score) After a 23-16 win against the Lions last Thursday, the Bears are 8-3, residing in first place in the division and firmly in third place in the NFC.

And it has receiver Allen Robinson believing his team is capable of anything.

"The sky is the limit for us," Robinson said on the McNeil & Parkins Show on 670 The Score on Monday afternoon. "I think coach (Matt Nagy) said it Day 1 -- everybody wants to go out and win that Lombardi Trophy. And for us, I don't think that's far-fetched by any means. Just continuing to stay locked in how we have, win this division first and then continue pushing. That's the main goal each and every year. Being in the position we're in this year, we've set ourselves up in a good position going forward. We just have to continue to build on that. 

"Because that's the thing. We've played good, but in this league, the better you play, the better you have to play. The challenge gets greater each and every week."

The Bears lead the Vikings by 1.5 games in the NFC North, and Robinson has full confidence Chicago will continue to keep its edge moving forward, continuing with a visit to the New York Giants on Sunday.

"We know whatever we want to accomplish starts week to week," Robinson said. "Again, we understand the type of team we have and where this team can go. I don't think we have any complacent guys or anything like that. Each and every practice, each and every game, guys come out to work and play for each other, and that's what makes this team special. There is no 'we have arrived' yet on this roster. You know, it's all guys continuing to play with a chip on their shoulder and going out there and having something to prove."