CHICAGO — There’s no doubt Josh Robinson is more comfortable now as a third-year cornerback playing on the outside than he was during the Minnesota Vikings’ failed experiment with him as the slot cornerback last season. But there is one reality of Robinson’s move back outside that always seemed hard for him to escape: He is 5-foot-10. The receivers he’d cover on the outside would often be four or five inches taller — or more.
The Vikings knew the Bears would be coming after Robinson in nickel situations on Sunday.
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