Allison started the season strong, posting receiving lines of 5-69-1 (8 targets), 6-64 (6), 2-76-1 (4) and 6-80 (11) in the first four games. That put him on a 76-catch, 1156-yard, eight-touchdown pace over a full season. He was on pace to see 116 targets so he was very much the team's WR2 before a groin/core muscle injury derailed his breakout campaign. However, it appears that Marquez Valdes-Scantling is running as the team’s WR2 in two-WR sets, so Allison looks to be slated for duties in the slot.
Oct 18 · 7:33 PM EDT