Keenan Allen
Keenan Allen

Keenan Allen

San Diego Chargers
Note from FantasyPros Staff
Thu, Aug 18th 5:03pm EDT
The Chargers' young wide receiver is being drafted way too late thus far. At least, that's what 90% of our experts say. Yes, Allen was shut down for the season with an injury so there are lingering concerns, but this is a 24-year-old who was on pace for 134 receptions before the injury. Do not let him slip past pick 20.
WalterFootball | Aug 26th
Allen is a tough player to get a good read on after his big sophomore slump and then a mid-season 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 of 2015, Allen 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. Allen 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, during 2016
Fantasy Football Empire | Aug 21st
Keenan Allen has more fantasy value in PPR format than in Standard League format. 15 --> 14 --> 8 equals the number of games that Keenan Allen has played over the past three seasons. Conditioning has been lacking in the past. With all that said, if he can stay healthy, he is a PPR target monster with Rivers as his QB. I currently have him ranked as my 13th WR overall and a WR2 with WR1 upside.
ProjectRoto | Aug 13th
Dude was on pace to catch 130 balls last season.
Win My Fantasy League | Aug 11th
Allen should push for a career year with a very weak depth chart behind him
The NY Times | Aug 11th
Was on pace for a monster year before week 8's unfortunate season ending injury.
Rotoworld | Aug 6th
PFF's Mike Tagliere argues Mike Evans against Keenan Allen in the second round of your fantasy draft.
Yahoo! Sports | Jul 21st
QB Rivers said Allen turned the corner to being a true No. 1 WR in '15, and numbers back it up (top 10 in FAN PPG at WR), but kidney injury cost him half the season - my only qualm is lack of red zone success (4 TDs on 20 RZ targets past two seasons)
Dynasty Football Warehouse | Jul 8th
He was on a crazy pace before getting hurt. Rivers loves him.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jun 15th
Allen had 67 receptions for 725 yards and four touchdowns in just eight games last year. He is a PPR WR1 and a Standard scoring WR2, due to a high amount of targets, but mediocre touchdown numbers.