Allen is a tough player to get a good read on after his big sophomore slump and then a midseason injury in 2015, but his 2015 campaign showed us that he is the player we thought he was after his big rookie year. In his eight games this year, he caught 67-of-89 targets for 725 yards and four touchdowns. With eight more games, all you have to do is double those numbers to extrapolate what a full season might have been for him.
He is San Diego's No. 1 receiver by a wide margin as seen by his 11-plus targets per game, and there is nobody ready to usurp him anytime soon. He may be more valuable in PPR leagues, but I believe we'll see a nice bounce-back season from him and Philip Rivers, at least in fantasy, next season.