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  • 9/23, 6:37 pm
    • Allen caught three of his seven...

      Allen caught three of his seven targets for 44 yards in Sunday's 35-23 loss to the Rams.

      Analysis: It wasn't exactly a fantastic performance from Allen, particularly since both of the Rams top two cornerbacks left the contest with injuries. In fact, the last time Allen failed to catch at least four passes or total 50-plus receiving yards was Week 7 of last season against the Broncos. So long as the sixth-year receiver continues to receive the bulk of the targets, he'll remain one of the more consistent fantasy options available, Sunday's contest notwithstanding. Allen should have a better matchup coming up as the Chargers will take on the 49ers, who've allowed the fourth-most fantasy points to the wide receiver position, in Week 4.

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  • 9/23, 6:26 pm
    • Williams caught four of his seven...

      Williams caught four of his seven targets for 81 yards and two touchdowns in the 35-23 loss to the Rams on Sunday.

      Analysis: Williams tied for the team-lead in targets as the second-year wide receiver easily put together his best game as a pro. A spectacular diving touchdown reception in the first quarter appeared to leave Williams groggy, but he ultimately never missed a snap. While Williams might be the No. 4 wide receiver on the team's official depth chart, he's arguably the number two option behind Keenan Allen when it comes to pass catchers and has quickly emerged as a threat whenever he's on the field. Game script will likely dictate how much Williams is utilized moving forward, but considering the Chargers defensive struggles to date, the No. 7 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft figures to be an excellent fantasy option for owners savvy enough to invest in the 24-year-old after a rookie season decimated by injuries.

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  • 9/23, 6:13 pm
    • Gordon carried the ball 15 times...

      Gordon carried the ball 15 times for 80 yards and a score during Sunday's 35-23 loss to the Rams. He also caught two of his four targets for four yards.

      Analysis: Gordon was arguably the Chargers most explosive player Sunday, ripping off multiple 20-plus yard runs on the afternoon which culminated in a season-high 80 rushing yards. Despite the strong running performance, it was a bit odd to see Gordon targeted so infrequently in the passing game as the fourth-year running back had averaged 10 targets through the first two weeks of the season. That should change next week when the Chargers take on the 49ers, as San Francisco has allowed the third most receptions (26) to the running back position through three weeks.

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  • 9/23, 5:58 pm
    • Hooper hauled in three of his...

      Hooper hauled in three of his four targets for 24 yards, as the Falcons fell to the Saints in overtime 43-37 on Sunday.

      Analysis: The third-year tight end boasts an outstanding catch rate thus far in 2018 (11 receptions on 13 targets), but his touchdown-dependence is a very real inhibitor to his value. Hooper has produced a double-digit fantasy output just five times in his last 19 regular-season games (PPR scoring), with touchdowns in four of those outings. Next week provides hope for Hooper to realize his fantasy upside, facing a Cincinnati secondary that has allowed 7.7 receptions per game to the tight end position (third-most in the NFL).

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  • 9/23, 5:47 pm
    • Kirk caught seven of eight targets...

      Kirk caught seven of eight targets for a career-high 90 yards in Sunday's 16-14 loss to the Bears.

      Analysis: Kirk was involved in a minor car accident Wednesday, but barely missed any practice time and looked good in Sunday's loss. In fact, the rookie wideout was easily the Cardinals leading receiver, as no other pass catcher had more than four receptions or surpassed 35 yards. His production has increased each week, and a switch to rookie quarterback Sam Rosen could be coming soon after Sam Bradford was benched in the fourth quarter Sunday. While Rosen doesn't have the strongest arm in the league, he's likely to aggressively challenge defenses more than Bradford. In Week 4, Kirk will square off against Seattle.

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