Week 11 vs New York Jets
Allen had a very uncharacteristic game last week against Miami, with just three receptions for 39 yards and one touchdown. In a game where none of the Charger WRs could get anything going, Allen saw a season-low seven targets, which is the first time this season he’s failed to see double-digit targets in a fully healthy game.
With brighter days on the horizon, Allen will take on the New York Jets in Week 11, who are currently ranked 22nd in aFPA to WRs this season. An ideal scenario for a rebound game for Allen, he should continue to see a steady amount of volume and should be trusted as a high-end WR1 this week, as he either had 100 receiving yards or one touchdown in every game this season.