Allen finished as the No. 6 PPR WR last year but lost his quarterback. If Tyrod Taylor is indeed the starter in 2020, then the size of the overall passing game pie is going to decrease. As a starter in 2015 and 2016 (in Buffalo), Taylor’s passing game was roughly 26% lower (from a fantasy points standpoint) than the Chargers’ passing game under Philip Rivers in 2019. Allen’s market share is going to have to increase significantly if he is going to maintain WR1 or even high-end WR2 fantasy status. The market seems to recognize this as he’s going off the board as a WR2/WR3. He’s a solid value in the fifth round.