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Fantasy Articles Featuring Keenan Allen

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Keenan Allen's name.

DFS Football 101: Important Tips for New Players, Round 4

Michael Rathburn details how to use DraftKing's contest data to become a better DFS player.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Monday Night

Erik Siegrist previews an NFC South Monday night showdown as Drew Brees and the Saints face the Falcons in what could be a shootout.

On Target: Digging On Diggs

Davis Mattek looks at target trends after Week 2 and thinks Stefon Diggs is poised to become the league's next elite wide receiver.

Depth Chart Watch: Fallout From Week 2

Andrew Fiorentino recaps a litany of injuries to backfields across the NFL in Week 2, including another serious blow to the Chargers' offense.

NFL Injury Analysis: Painful Week 2

Jeff Stotts recaps some of the significant player injuries from Week 2, of which there are plenty, including Adrian Petersonís torn meniscus, which should keep him off the field for at least a few weeks.

East Coast Offense: Bet the Skills, Fade the Coachspeak

DeVante Parker was third on the Dolphins' depth chart this preseason while battling a hamstring injury, but he was the No. 14 overall pick last year, a size/speed freak and produced down the stretch as a rookie.

NFL Barometer: Do Not Overreact

Jim Coventry reminds us that it's too early to panic, but also to be mindful of emerging player usage and performance trends with two weeks of the season in the rearview.

Week 2 Reactions: Quantity Over Quality

With Keenan Allen out for the season and Danny Woodhead likely to miss time as well, is Melvin Gordon a legitimate top-10 fantasy running back based on volume alone?

DraftKings Fantasy Football: Week 2 Value Plays

Coming off a huge Week 1 performance, A.J. Green gets to face a Steelers team he owned last season.

Exploiting the Matchups: McCown Takes Over

Luke Hoover explores which players face favorable matchups Week 2, and those you may want to find an alternative for.

On Target: It's Easy Being Green

Davis Mattek checks out the pass volume trends after Week 1, and is prepared to move A.J. Green up to the elite WR tier given his lack of competition for targets in a dangerous Bengals offense.

FanDuel Fantasy Football: Week 2 Value Plays

Kevin Payne looks at the FanDuel situation for Week 2, with guys like Marcus Mariota and Thomas Rawls set to provide value.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Monday Night

Erik Siegrist previews the Monday Night matchup as Ryan Mathews leads the Eagles into Chicago for date against the Bears.

Yahoo DFS Football: Week 2 Picks

Vlad Sedler advises you to remember what happened last year when Eli Manning and the Giants faced the Saints, and not get too cute about rostering him in cash games.

Beating the Book: Chris Liss Handicaps Week 2

Chris likes the Jason Pierre-Paul and the underrated Giants defense as 4.5-point favorites at home against a Saints team that's decimated in the secondary and tends to struggle on the road.

Weekly Rankings: Week 2 Value Meter

The Giants and Saints rightfully will get a lot of attention this week for their shootout potential, but Amari Cooper and the Raiders should have a good offensive matchup as well for the second week in a row.

NFL Injury Analysis: RG3 Sidelined for Eight Weeks

Jeff Stotts explains Browns QB Robert Griffinís fractured shoulder injury on his nonthrowing arm. Expected to miss eight weeks, Griffin could return to practice in as little as six.

Depth Chart Watch: Fallout From Week 1

Andrew Fiorentino checks out rosters around the league and sees a lot of targets up for grabs in San Diego after Keenan Allen's latest injury.

NFL Waiver Wire: Week 2 Pickups

Kevin Payne picks through the waiver wire for players who could make a difference for fantasy owners, including the Browns Josh McCown, who takes over at quarterback with RG3's injury.

East Coast Offense: What Can We Take from Week 1?

Even with an ideal matchup in Week 2 against the Saints, Chris Liss doubts new Giants coach Ben McAdoo will commit to getting Odell Beckham the ball the way the Steelers do for Antonio Brown.

Red Zone Watch: Mathews Busy in Week 1

Ryan Mathews had the most carries inside the 10-yard line in Week 1, and with a rookie quarterback under center, he could get plenty of red-zone work this season.

Week 1 Reactions: Where are the WR Points?

Brandin Cooks is the only wideout to score multiple touchdowns in Week 1, and RotoWire's Andrew Laird wonders if quarterbacks distributing their TD passes more evenly will make top-tier WRs less important.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Week 1

Erik Siegrist previews the Monday night games, as Todd Gurley looks to get the Rams' return to L.A. off on the right foot against the 49ers in an NFC West showdown.

Weekly Rankings: Week 1 Value Meter

Russell Wilson has an inviting matchup at home against the Dolphins, but he's not the top QB in Jeff Erickson's player rankings. Check out all of Jeff's rankings for Week 1.

The Stats Room: Talent vs. Opportunity at WR/TE

Jeff Zimmerman delves into the numbers to determine whether talent or opportunity is better in predicting the success of rookie wide receivers and tight ends.

NFL Waiver Wire: Early Look at FAAB Options

Kevin Payne checks for players who have been overlooked in drafts and could make for decent waiver pickups as the season approaches, including Jets running back Bilal Powell.

Snarky 150: Overall Cheat Sheet with Obnoxious Commentary

Le'Veon Bell attended mandatory minicamp, skipped optional NFL drug testing program.

Injury Analysis: Injuries Muddle Miami Backfield

Jeff Stotts analyzes the Dolphins' backfield situation where injuries likely will play a part in deciding the starter between Jay Ajayi and Arian Foster.

Team Previews: San Diego Chargers

Joe Bartel previews the Chargers, who look to bounce back from a disappointing campaign last season.

Football Draft Kit: 2016 Sleepers & Busts

We polled our writers to find out which players they think are undervalued and overvalued heading into the 2016 season. Is DeAndre Hopkins really a bust?