Keenan Allen
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Keenan Allen continued his stellar off-season by hauling in a pair of passes for 27 yards against a formidable Seahawks defense. Allen has shown increased route running ability and is fighting for catches much more aggressively than we saw in 2014. (Source: ESPN )

Fantasy Impact: Allen is currently our 17th ranked WR, but is trending as the 22nd WR taken in current drafts. He has tremendous upside in a passing offense, especially with Antonio Gates missing four games. Rivers will look to Allen early and often to move the chains. He's a comfortable WR2.

Category: Game Recaps

RotoBaller | Sep 2nd
Despite a down year, Allen saw a higher amount of targets per game. Still a chance for him to bounce back.
Breaking Football | Sep 2nd
I was fearful of Allen last year and he bottomed out. He has the role but he's just not an elite WR.
FFLockerRoom | Sep 2nd
Not sure which Allen you get. The one that took the league by storm his rookie season or the one that struggled for much of last season.
WalterFootball | Sep 2nd
Allen was a target magnet last season when healthy, but had trouble getting into the end zone. I think this season will show some TD regression upward for Allen.
RotoBaller | Sep 2nd
BALLER MOVE: Target in Rounds 5-6 as a potential WR2. CURRENT ADP: 54.3 standard/48.8 PPR ANALYSIS: Allen will bounce back from a disappointing sophomore season to re-establish himself as a top-24 fantasy receiver. Opposing defenses didn’t sleep on Keenan Allen in 2014. After forfeiting the right to fly under the radar by posting an impressive 71/1,046/8 stat li...
The NY Times | Sep 2nd
Camp standout is expected to line up more in the slot this season. A solid bet to surpass last season's 77 receptions.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 29th
He disappointed everyone last year, but this is his bounce back year. Expect delivery of 1,000 yards and 8 TDs.
Dynasty League Football | Aug 7th
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