FantasySP / NFL / Keenan Allen FantasySP / NFL / Keenan Allen Copyright 2019 5415154 <![CDATA[Poll: Should Chargers re-sign WR Tyrell Williams?]]> Jason Verrett and the results were in favor of bringing him back. Now, we switch gears to one of the more difficult decisions with wide receiver Tyrell Williams, who will be an unrestricted free agent.

Williams made his presence known back in 2016 when WR Keenan Allen suffered a season-ending injury. He went off for 1,059 yards and seven touchdowns on 67 receptions that year.

It’s fair to say Williams’ 2018 numbers were more than disappointing for a full-time starter, finishing the regular season with 41 receptions for 653 receiving yards and five touchdowns]]> 5415154 Sun, 20 Jan 2019 0:09:01 EDT Chargers Wire
<![CDATA[Roster decisions: Should the Chargers bring back Tyrell Williams?]]> Travis Benjamin and save a few million in salary cap. Tyrell Williams is a different case. The speedy 26-year old is a free agent and is likely to have a market. Will the Chargers offer Williams a contract? When Keenan Allen was hurt in 2016, Tyrell made a name for himself. He put up 1,059 yards with 69 receptions and seven touchdowns. The talent is there.

Williams isn’t a complete receiver. He is inconsistent at catching the ball. He also disappears for long stretches of the game. To be fair to him, Williams was the third target, at best, for the Chargers this year. So he was never going to reach 1,000 yards when the receiving group was at full strength]]> 5412118 Tue, 15 Jan 2019 11:39:01 EDT Chargers Wire
<![CDATA[Keenan Allen soaked up two catches for 75 yards and a touchdown]]> Keenan Allen soaked up two catches for 75 yards and a touchdown on six targets Sunday in the Chargers’ Divisional Round loss to New England. Allen broke free for a 43-yard touchdown in the first quarter, eluding All-Pro cornerback Stephon Gilmore with a brilliant double-move down the right sideline. [...]]]> 5410979 Sun, 13 Jan 2019 17:45:21 EDT <![CDATA[Long TD not enough to save season]]> Allen caught two of six targets for 75 yards and a touchdown while also catching a two-point conversion in Sunday's 41-28 Divisional Round loss to New England.

Allen capped Los Angeles' opening drive with a 43-yard touchdown, but his impact was minimized thereafter. Like quarterback Philip Rivers, Allen has an out in his contract this offseason. That being said, there's little reason for the Chargers not to keep the duo on board considering Rivers and Allen linked up for 1,196 yards and six touchdowns on 97 receptions during the regular season. Those numbers represented a modest drop-off from the 102 catches for 1,393 yards and six touchdowns Allen posted in 2017.

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<![CDATA[Chargers | Keenan Allen scores playoff TD]]> Keenan Allen registered two receptions for 75 yards and a touchdown in the AFC Divisional Round playoff game loss against the New England Patriots on Sunday, Jan. 13. It was his third-career postseason touchdown.]]> 5410962 Sun, 13 Jan 2019 17:33:01 EDT footballguys <![CDATA[Sony Michel scores his second touchdown in an offensive first quarter]]> Sony Michel touchdown runs. With 1:35 remaining in the first quarter, Michel already has nine carries for 43 yards. The Chargers’ lone offensive drive saw Philip Rivers hit a wide-open Keenan Allen for [more]]]> 5410836 Sun, 13 Jan 2019 14:09:01 EDT <![CDATA[Watch: Chargers' Philip Rivers finds Keenan Allen for 1st TD vs. Patriots]]> Sony Michel that chewed up a good portion of the clock.

The offense countered when quarterback Philip Rivers found a wide open Keenan Allen for 43 yards.

Phil to Slayer for six.

— Los Angeles Chargers (@Chargers) January 13, 2019

Los Angeles and New England are currently tied 7-7 with less than three minutes to go in the first quarter]]> 5410835 Sun, 13 Jan 2019 14:09:01 EDT Chargers Wire
<![CDATA[Rookie JC Jackson nervous but confident for playoffs: 'I feel like nobody can catch a pass on me']]>
The New England Patriots cornerback, who has elevated himself from an undrafted free agent to a starting cornerback over the course of the season, admitted he hopes to leave a legacy by the time he’s down in New England earlier this season.

That legacy could start Sunday when he faces the Los Angeles Chargers, who boast a deep group of receivers in Keenan Allen, Mike Williams and Tyrell Williams]]> 5408127 Wed, 09 Jan 2019 18:30:01 EDT Patriots Wire
<![CDATA[WATCH: Keenan Allen mic'd up against the Ravens]]> Keenan Allen was mic’d up. Allen has a great personality and wears his emotions on his sleeves in between the white lines. You can always catch him dancing, celebrating, and genuinely having a good time around his teammates.

The best part of the video was when Philip Rivers scrambled for a first down late in the game and the camera catches Allen ecstatic. It’s hilarious.

What you love to see is how his teammates respond to Allen, and how Allen responds to his teammates. That sort of speaks to the Chargers culture as a whole. When Allen makes a play, everyone goes crazy on the sideline. You can see Allen cheering on the defense. You can see him cheering on his offensive teammates. It’s a fun video. Here it is]]> 5407944 Wed, 09 Jan 2019 14:15:02 EDT Chargers Wire
<![CDATA[Bill Belichick gives reporter death stare over apparent unpreparedness]]>
That’s been a common understanding between Belichick and his players during his coaching career. A reporter got a dose of Belichick’s wrath during a press conference on Wednesday at Gillette Stadium ahead of the New England Patriots’ playoff matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers.

The reporter asked Belichick whether there were some similarities between Keenan Allen and “Williams.”

“There’s two of them,” Belichick said]]> 5407885 Wed, 09 Jan 2019 12:54:01 EDT Patriots Wire