RotoBaller | Nov 10th
The injury to star wide receiver Keenan Allen caused quite a bit of discussion among fantasy football fanatics about the San Diego Chargers. A big injury to such an important player always creates chaos. We all struggle to find what replacements will benefit most from the stats opening up and rush to add them on... Read More
RotoBaller | Nov 5th
Keenan Allen has been one of the most consistent wide receivers for fantasy owners all season. Now, after lacerating his kidney last week, an injury shelving him for the year, a new door can open up for other Chargers to bolt through and put up valuable fantasy points in his absence. Facing the Chicago Bears... Read More
Breaking Football | Nov 4th
Who didn’t get hurt this past Sunday? At first, it didn’t seem like Keenan Allen’s injury was too serious. As it has played out, he…
Rotoworld | Nov 4th
Nick Mensio checks in on Keenan Allen, Joseph Randle, Ken Whisenhunt, Pep Hamilton and others in Wednesday's Dose.
RotoBaller | Nov 3rd
The bad news for the San Diego Chargers keeps coming. Star wide receiver Keenan Allen is officially out for the season with a lacerated kidney. Allen is leading all AFC receivers in total receptions and has emerged as one of the best fantasy names at his position. The heartbreaking news broke Monday when head coach... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 31st
The San Diego Chargers aren’t a very good football team, but Philip Rivers and Keenan Allen are playing at unreal levels this season. Blame it on the running game which has been a disaster, or the defense that has forced San Diego to play from behind in just about every game this season, but both... Read More
Athlon Sports | Oct 25th
There are just four late games in Week 7, including the Monday night contest and yet there are twice as many wide receivers on the injury report for the eight participating teams. Which names are the ones you really need to pay attention to fantasy-wise? Read the full story on Athlon Sports
RotoBaller | Oct 24th
Philip Rivers proved he wasn't human in Week 6 when he destroyed the Green Bay Packers for more than 500 yards and two touchdowns. Keenan Allen, who has been Rivers' favorite target this season, was the beneficiary of 14 of those completions for 157 yards in that game, and the two showed they have the... Read More