Week 5 Fantasy Football Market Share Report: Keenan Allen Is Back to His Old Ways

After seeing a drop in volume, Keenan Allen accounted for one-third of the Chargers' targets in Week 5. Which other usage trends are worth knowing?

Through 5 games Alvin Kamara and JuJu Smith-Schuster lead the NFL in red zone receiving targets with 16 and 15 respectively.

Kamara saw a stark reality of Mark Ingram being back from suspension and immediately scoring two touchdowns (albeit rushing). But Ingram saw 18 total touches, while Kamara just 9, or a 2-to-1 ratio.

Smith-Schuster saw his targets go from 19, 11 and 11 in Weeks 2 to 4 down drastically to 4 looks in Week 5.

The takeaway is that nobody is safe, and there’s likely a probable cause or reason for all dramatic turns.

Through five games, you’re feeling good, bad or somewhere in between about your rosters. Some guys have worked out, and players you wrote off as duds may have turned out to be studs. Let’s try and find some trends from some players making good use of their shares of their respective offenses.