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WR Keenan Allen - Los Angeles Chargers

6-2, 206Born: 4-27-1992College: CaliforniaDrafted: Round 3, pick 2013

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From the upgrade/downgrade report (Mon Sep 24): With Mike Williams growing into his big paws and the Chargers offense running through the backfield, Allen's fantasy stock is taking a step back. He's a fantasy WR2 heading into a matchup with the 49ers, not the WR1 he was drafted to be.

Week 4: vs San Francisco 49ers

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Recent Stats and Projections

WEEKOPPoSNAPRSHYDTDTARGRECYDTDFumLPts
1 vs KC 72 0 0 0 11 8 108 1 0 16.8
2 at BUF 51 0 0 0 8 6 67 0 0 6.7
3 at LAR 40 0 0 0 7 3 44 0 1 3.4
4 vs SF PROJ-Dodds * 0 * * 6 * * * *
4 vs SF PROJ-Tremblay * 0 * * 6 * * * *

Weekly Performance vs WR 1, WR 12, WR 24, WR 36

Percentile ranks

Keenan Allen's percentile rank in each category, among WR with more than 50 fantasy points.

Recent Game Summaries

2018 Week 3 vs LAR (7 / 3 / 44 / 0 rec)

Allen's day began and ended very inauspiciously, and it wasn't all that great in the middle either. His first target of the game resulted in a rare drop on a crossing route over the middle. Allen started turning upfield before he had fully secured the ball. The Chargers tried getting creative a little while after, using Allen on a WR option pass. But the Rams defenders had it so well-covered, that Allen was forced to tuck the ball away and lose yardage on the play so he didn't risk an interception. Fortunately for the Chargers, he shook loose from his defender on the very next play and picked up 25 yards to convert a 3rd and 17 situation. He made a leaping catch between two defenders, expertly using his body to shield off the back defender from the ball and haul it in while taking a hit. In the second half, he ran a quick comeback route for a nice first down gain, but he tried fighting just a bit too hard for extra yardage and the ball was ripped away as he was lunging for the first down (it was recovered by the Rams). And then finally late in the game, Allen was targeted on a deep ball in the end zone. The defender barely got a hand on it to knock the ball away at the last moment, but more importantly, Allen came up limping after the play and headed for the sideline. There was no immediate update on his condition after the game.

2018 Week 2 vs BUF (8 / 6 / 67 / 0 rec)

Despite leading all players in both receptions and receiving yardage, it was still a relatively quiet game for Allen. He had zero targets until the 8:30 mark of the second quarter, when he grabbed a wide open reception over the middle. He later added a second catch over the middle on a really well-run route that he took down inside the 5-yard line. It was more of the same in the second half, with Allen doing all of his damage over the middle. Once again he had a catch that took him inside the 5-yard line, this time diving ahead towards the goal line. But he was stopped just shy. He would have been targeted on an ensuing back shoulder out route from Philip Rivers, but the play was whistled dead for Buffalo having too many men on the field, so the resulting play never officially happened. On the last competitive play of the game, Allen fielded the onside kick attempt and tried returning it the other way. He got as far as the Buffalo 23-yard line, when he was taken down from behind.

2018 Week 1 vs KC (11 / 8 / 108 / 1 rec)

It would be difficult to improve upon what he did a season ago, but Allen somehow looks even quicker and more athletic. He is playing at a slightly lighter weight than in 2017, and the result is that he looks very explosive. He had an abnormally quiet first half, but with the Chargers in catch-up mode in the second half, he really turned it on. At one point, he made a terrific leaping grab along the sideline to seemingly put the Chargers around the 3-yard line, but the officials correctly ruled that he had stepped out of bounds prior to the catch. That miscue negated a big play and a really awesome highlight-reel type of catch. But it mattered little to fantasy owners, because a couple of plays later he shook his defender free for a wide open touchdown from 20 yards out. He just ran right by him at the snap, and the defender was helpless to catch back up to him. He did the same thing late in the game to convert a 4th and 2 down to the 5-yard line. Allen was so fast off the line that defenders almost don't even have a chance to jam him. And with so many other Charger receivers having trouble hanging onto the football in this game, it was clear that Allen was one of the only players he trusted down the stretch.

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Latest News

Chargers | Keenan Allen locked down by Rams (Mon Sep 24, 02:22 AM) - Los Angeles Chargers WR Keenan Allen had three receptions for 44 yards in a loss to the Los Angeles Rams Sunday, Sept. 23.

Our View: There were a couple of end zone targets for Allen that didn't connect. This is a floor game for Allen, and we expect him to be more productive going forward.
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Chargers | Keenan Allen posts 67 yards (Sun Sep 16, 05:30 PM) - Los Angeles Chargers WR Keenan Allen caught six passes for 67 yards against the Buffalo Bills in Week 2.

Our View: Allen's day was disappointing when scoring came easy to the Chargers. He's still an every week start, but as long as this offense is running through the backfield, his weekly ceiling might be lower than expected. He has a tough matchup against the Rams next week.
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Schedule

4vs San Francisco 49ers
5vs Oakland Raiders
6@ Cleveland Browns
7vs Tennessee Titans
8--- BYE WEEK ---
9@ Seattle Seahawks
10@ Oakland Raiders
11vs Denver Broncos
12vs Arizona Cardinals
13@ Pittsburgh Steelers
14vs Cincinnati Bengals
15@ Kansas City Chiefs
16vs Baltimore Ravens
17@ Denver Broncos