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Mailbag: December 21, 2023

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: A squeaky wheel who's overdue for a big glob of grease. Jayden Reed's long-term potential. Championship game roster decisions. And more. more »


Ask the Experts: Who are you most thankful for this season?

ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: Which player are you most thankful for this season?  more »



Chargers WR Williams out for season with torn ACL

The Los Angeles Chargers will be without wide receiver MIKE WILLIAMS for the remainder of the season due to a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. Williams was injuredMore after making a catch late in the third quarter of Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings. An MRI scan on Williams’ left knee revealed the extent of the injury. With Williams out for the remainder of the season, the Chargers are expected to rely more on rookie first-round draft pick QUENTIN JOHNSTON and JOSHUA PALMER alongside veteran KEENAN ALLEN. Less

Source: Los Angeles Times


Chargers WR Johnston slipping down depth chart?

Los Angeles Chargers rookie wide receiver QUENTIN JOHNSTON has reportedly slid to fourth on the depth chart behind fellow wideouts KEENAN ALLEN, MIKE WILLIAMS, and JOSHUA PALMER. The Chargers drafted JohnstonMore with the 21st overall pick hoping he could become a big play threat in Kellen Moore’s offense. Instead, Johnston has reportedly struggled with drops while Palmer has been a regular playmaker in training camp and earned the trust of quarterback JUSTIN HERBERT and the coaching staff. Take note, fantasy owners. Less

Source: Team Blog


Chargers OC Moore likes WR height advantage

New Los Angeles Chargers offensive coordinator Kellen Moore said recently that he is excited about his team’s versatility on offense, and he seems particularly enthusiastic about the height of his passMore catchers. Moore said that “we’ve got so much height on this team, we’re going to be throwing in a different jet stream”. From 6’8” tight end DONALD PARHAM to 6’4” rookie wide receiver QUENTIN JOHNSTON and 6’2” veteran wideout KEENAN ALLEN (among others), the Chargers should have guys that can go up and catch the jump balls coming their way from star quarterback JUSTIN HERBERT. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Factoid: Decoy receivers

Marquez Valdes-Scantling had puzzling a Super Bowl. He was on the field for almost two thirds of Kansas City’s plays. He was a starter-type guy in a 38-35 shootout. Yet he had only one pass thrown his way (an incompletion).   more »


Around the NFL: Chargers wideouts

The Chargers re-signed wide receiver Jalen Guyton yesterday, and while it's a lower-profile move, it might turn out to be a valuable one. Guyton got hurt early on a year ago, and the offense missed him.   more »


Factoid: Austin Ekeler

Where do the Chargers go from here? They’ve got some talent, but there also needs to be some changes.   more »


Around the NFL: Mike Williams

The Chargers have ruled out Mike Williams. This makes their other receivers, especially Joshua Palmer and DeAndre Carter, a lot more interesting in fantasy competitions.   more »



Chargers WRs Williams, Allen could return vs. Kansas City

Los Angeles Chargers wide receivers KEENAN ALLEN and MIKE WILLIAMS have not played a complete game together all season, but they could both return for Sunday’s game against Kansas City. AllenMore has yet to return to full strength from a hamstring injury, while Williams is working his way back from a high ankle sprain. Both wideouts were limited on Wednesday and Thursday but Williams and Allen remain hopeful for a gridiron reunion on Sunday night. Less


Mailbag: November 17, 2022

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: Expectations for players in snowy conditions. Keenan Allen's balky hamstring. D'Andre Swift's declining role. Trading Cooper Kupp in a dynasty league. And more. more »


Around the NFL: Los Angeles Chargers

Mike Williams isn’t playing. I don’t think Keenan Allen is playing either. And I am very interested in Josh Palmer and DeAndre Carter this week. They look like lesser players who could come through nicely, given their matchup.   more »



Chargers WR Allen still dealing with bad hammy

Los Angeles Chargers veteran wide receiver KEENAN ALLEN is likely to miss Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons as he continues to deal with a hamstring issue. Allen did not practiceMore Wednesday after tweaking his ailing hamstring while rehabbing during the team’s week off. Allen was injured during the season opener, missing the next five games before coming back briefly in Week #7. Less

Source: Los Angeles Times


Chargers WR Allen may not return until after Week #8 bye

Los Angeles Chargers veteran wide receiver KEENAN ALLEN has been out with a hamstring injury since the first week of the regular season. With Allen returning to practice last week andMore continuing to practice this week, fantasy owners were hopeful he might return for this weekend’s game against the Seattle Seahawks. While his return for Week #7 remains a possibility, the Chargers have a bye in Week #8 and reportedly could consider keeping Allen sidelined as more of a precaution. Stay tuned, fantasy owners. Less

Source: NBC Sports

NFL Injury Report: Saturday injuries

The Saturday version of the injury report is out, and there are a lot of notable names on it, with Jonathan Taylor and Keenan Allen leading the way.   more »


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