Keenan Allen
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By Steven Miller, Chargers Correspondent, Tue, Jul 29th 8:02pm EDT

Ricky Henne of noted that WR Keenan Allen has started camp the same way he ended the 2013 campaign. With a year under his belt, Allen is more comfortable and confident with the system. (Source:

Fantasy Impact: The second year pro is ranked near the likes of Vincent Jackson and Randall Cobb in WR rankings. Instead of sneaking under the radar with defenses like he did last year, Allen will have more attention on him this season. He should be a solid WR#2 putting up similar numbers or better this year, dependent on Rivers play.

The New York Times | Aug 22nd
Hard-pressed to improve on last year's breakout in a run-first offense.
Legion Report | Aug 22nd
Tough schedule to begin and end the season. Bust Potential is eminent.
The Football Girl | Aug 22nd
No reason to be skeptical of strong rookie year. He's a peach.
The Fake Football | Aug 22nd
Allen was a stud last season. I think he'll be fine this year, but I do worry somewhat with Malcom Floyd returning and the Chargers wanting to slow down the game. He'll be pretty touchdown dependent and I could see Floyde and Green hurting him there a little.
Breaking Football | Aug 21st
Showed he has the talent and drive as a rookie. Did he already plateau, though?
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 21st
One of the rookies from 2013; he will continue is streak with Phillip Rivers and he is an easy fantasy selection this year.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 20th
Allen was named Offensive Rookie of the Year by the Pro Football Writers of America after bursting onto the scene with 71 receptions for 1,046 yards and 8 touchdowns. Allen and owners can expect a bit tougher second season. Not only will the focus of quarterback Philip Rivers be on Allen but teams are expected to play their No.1 defensive backs up against Allen.
Fantasy Football Empire | Aug 20th
Broke the mold for rookies wide receivers making a fantasy impact last season. Look for Allen to lead SD in receptions and draft him as a low WR1.
Yahoo! Sports | Aug 19th
More tactician than physical standout, but go-to status likely worth another top 15-20 WR finish
Fantasy Football Maniax | Aug 19th
Allen had an impressive rookie season with 71 receptions for 1,046 yards and eight receiving touchdowns. His numbers should improve, due to having a year of experience under his belt and being their top receiver in Week 1. However, do not expect a huge jump, because the Chargers are going to be a run oriented offense in 2014.
Win My Fantasy League | Aug 9th
May be even better with Floyd running clear-out routes
Legion Report | Jul 27th
The question with Keenan Allen is, can he pick off the 2014 NFL Season where he left off or will he be another victim of the dreaded Sophomore Slump? There’s been WR’s like Julio Jones, A.J. Green and Randy Moss […]
ESPN | Jul 25th
It was a spectacular rookie season for Keenan Allen, but what should you expect for 2014?
Dynasty League Football | Jul 21st
Keenan Allen is a given as a top dynasty receiver...or is he?