Week 3 at Minnesota Vikings
Keenan Allen rolled back the years with a fantasy day to remember against the Titans in Week 2. The wily vet corralled eight of ten targets for 111 yards with two touchdowns on his way to 27.1 Half PPR points and an overall WR1 finish. Allen is the WR5 after two weeks of the season.
The good times should continue to roll for Allen against a woefully undermanned Vikings defense in Week 3. Another top-12 outing should be on the cards in a game that should see the scoreboard well and truly lit up.
It feels like we've been waiting for Keenan Allen to age out of fantasy production for years now, but when he's healthy, he's still an exceptional option in what should continue to be a high-powered offense. Allen missed seven games last season, but with no hiccups through camp, he is a fantastic selection when he slides towards the 5th Round.
Per Lindsey, Chargers WR Mike Williams hasn’t been on the field during the open portion of OTAs to reporters, but here he is working out. Williams was unable to play in the postseason because of a small back fracture.
Any time missed by Williams would immediately boost the early-season projections for rookie Quentin Johnston. Thiry's original tweet had clips from the veteran's Instagram account that showed him working out just fine, so we should presumably see him on the field before too long, barring any setbacks.
Williams' return will eat into Keenan Allen's ceiling but both should be in starting lineups for Week 14. Josh Palmer can now be considered a low-end WR3 while DeAndre Carter is back off of the fantasy radar.