WR - LAC
Week 14 Outlook
Keenan Allen caught six of 14 targets for 88 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's loss to the Las Vegas Raiders.
Allen has been back and healthy for three weeks, reminding fantasy managers why he was an early-round draft pick. He's scored in two consecutive games and saw a commanding 14 targets on Sunday. The veteran wideout finds himself back in the WR1 conversation next week against the Miami Dolphins.
Keenan Allen caught five of seven targets for 49 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's win over the Arizona Cardinals.
It's been a frustrating season for Allen, who has missed most of the season due to injury. Now that Allen's back healthy, he's strung together two solid games in a row and fantasy mangers who stuck with him all year are finally reaping the benefits. The veteran wideout will look to continue the recent success next week against the Las Vegas Raiders, finally finding himself in the WR1 conversation.
Keenan Allen hauled in 5-of-8 targets for 94 yards in a tight 30-27 Chargers' loss to the Chiefs in Week 11.
Allen also lost an unfortunately timed fumble in the affair, but redeemed himself with a stellar long grab late in the fourth quarter. More importantly, Allen looked healthy while in the game and did not appear to suffer any setbacks. Allen should operate as the WR1 going forward, especially if Mike Williams is forced to miss additional time with his ankle injury.
Keenan Allen is officially active for Los Angeles’ Week 11 matchup with the Chiefs on Sunday Night.
Allen is active after recovering from a hamstring injury. He has only played in one game since Week 1. His return, along with the return of Mike Williams (ankle), will eat into Joshua Palmer’s fantasy relevance.
Keenan Allen is expected to play on Sunday night against the Chiefs despite a hamstring injury.
Allen got in a full practice on Friday for the first time since he sustained his hamstring injury in the opening game. He returned in Week 7 but was on a snap count and then aggravated his injury in practice. The only question with Allen is whether he'll again be limited in this game, as he'd be a prime fantasy option otherwise given that the Chiefs allow the fifth-most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers. The game is Sunday night so fantasy managers should have a backup option just in case but, for now, expect Allen to be a go this week and a fine fantasy play.
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