Keenan Allen, WR (LAC)

Held in check in loss

Allen recorded six receptions for 52 yards on eight targets in Sunday's 35-32 overtime loss to the Raiders.

Allen compiled 25 of his 52 receiving yards on the team's 19-play, 83-yard drive to end regulation, but that essentially counted for all of the veteran's big-play production. Allen finished the 2021 campaign with his fifth consecutive 130-plus target season and also registered 1,100-plus receiving yards and at least 100 receptions for the fourth time in the last five years despite the emergence of Mike Williams and gradual improvement from rookie Josh Palmer. While Williams ultimately became the first Chargers wide receiver to have more receiving yards than Allen since Tyrell Williams back in 2016, the multi-time Pro Bowler was still Justin Herbert's most reliable target and will remain a top option in PPR leagues entering next season.

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