Keenan Allen, WR (LAC)

Scores touchdown late

Allen caught six of his 14 targets for 88 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-20 loss to the Raiders.

The Chargers trailed for much of the second half, prompting Allen's incredibly high target total. It would have been a sour day for fantasy managers had the veteran not snared an absolute laser of a 33-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter to keep the game relatively close, but it's still encouraging to see Allen receive the type of workload that was expected for him entering the season.

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TE | LAC

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WR | LAC

Squanders 13 targets

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Justin Herbert

Justin Herbert

QB | LAC

One touchdown in playoff loss

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Austin Ekeler

Austin Ekeler

RB | LAC

Scores twice in playoff defeat

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Mike Williams

Mike Williams

WR | LAC

Has chance to play in second round

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Mike Williams

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WR | LAC

Expected to miss 2-3 weeks

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Joshua Palmer

WR | LAC

Will be No. 2 WR sans Williams

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