|6||@Browns||W 38 - 14||4||62||15.5||20||0||4||41||10.3||20||0||2||0|
|5||Raiders||W 26 - 10||8||90||11.3||19||0||1||5||5||5||0|
|4||49ers||W 29 - 27||7||63||9||18||0|
|3||@Rams||L 23 - 35||3||44||14.7||25||0||1||1|
|2||@Bills||W 31 - 20||6||67||11.2||16||0|
|1||Chiefs||L 28 - 38||8||108||13.5||23||1|
WR TE Career
|2013||San Diego Chargers||15||14||71||1046||14.7||43||8||0||0||0||0||0||2||2|
|2014||San Diego Chargers||14||14||77||783||10.2||35||4||0||0||0||0||0||2||2|
|2015||San Diego Chargers||8||8||67||725||10.8||38||4||0||0||0||0||0||1||1|
|2016||San Diego Chargers||1||1||6||63||10.5||15||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|2017||Los Angeles Chargers||16||15||102||1393||13.7||51||6||2||9||4.5||6||0||1||0|
|2018||Los Angeles Chargers||6||6||36||434||12.06||25||1||5||46||9.2||20||0||3||1|
- Made the first Pro Bowl of his career last season and was named Comeback Player of the Year by The Associated Press, the Professional Football Writers of America and Sporting News.
- Set a Chargers franchise record for single-season receptions with 102 in 2017, topping Hall of Fame RB LaDainian Tomlinson’s 100 in 2003.
- Earned Offensive Rookie of the Year honors from the PFWA and Sports Illustrated while earning Sporting News Rookie of the Year and PFWA All-Rookie recognition in 2013 after a 71-catch season for 1,046 yards (14.7 avg.) and eight touchdowns.
- In votes by fans in 2013, was selected as the Pepsi Next Rookie of the Year and was a four-time Pepsi Next Rookie of the Week selection (Weeks 6, 12, 15 and 17).
- In 2017, became the first player in NFL history to post three-consecutive games with 10-plus receptions, 100-plus receiving yards and at least one touchdown catch (Week 11 vs. Buffalo, Week 12 at Dallas and Week 13 vs. Cleveland).
- With an interception in Week 16 last year, became the first player in NFL history to have 90-plus catches and an interception in the same season, while also becoming just the third player to record 1,000-plus receiving yards and an interception in the same season, joining Hall of Fame WRs Don Hutson (1942) and Randy Moss (2009).
- In 2016, became the first player in NFL history with 12-plus catches in three of a team’s first six games in a season (Week 1 vs. Detroit, Week 3 at Minnesota and Week 6 at Green Bay).
- Set team rookie records in 2013 with five 100-yard receiving games and 71 catches (LaDainian Tomlinson, 59 receptions in 2001).
- Entered the postseason record books with a 142-yard, two-touchdown performance in the 2013 AFC Divisional as a rookie, marking the first two-touchdown catch playoff game by a Charger since Hall of Fame TE Kellen Winslow (Jan. 9, 1983) did so in an AFC Wild Card victory at Pittsburgh, while his 142 yards tied TE Keith Jackson (1988) for the second-most by a rookie in a playoff game in NFL history.
- Started 15 of 16 games in 2017, setting career highs with 102 receptions and 1,393 receiving yards (13.7 avg.) while hauling in six touchdowns.
- Recorded seven 100-yard performances in 2017, ranking as the most by a Charger since 1980 and bringing his regular-season career total to 18 games, good for No. 8 in team history.
- Through the first eight games in 2015, registered 67 catches for 725 yards (10.8 avg.) and four touchdowns, the third-most receptions midway through a season in NFL history, before suffering a season-ending kidney injury.
- Posted five touchdown catches over three games in 2013, tying the most by a Chargers WR in a three-game stretch since 1996.
- Posted back-to-back 100-yard performances twice in 2013, a feat that hadn’t been accomplished by a Chargers rookie since WR Don Norton did so in 1960.
- Started both playoff contests as a rookie, registering eight catches for 163 yards (20.4 avg.) and two touchdowns.
Allen: The Team Is 'Building Chemistry and Confidence'
Chargers Wide Receiver Keenan Allen talks with the media following the Bolts' Week 6 victory over the Browns.
Rivers Throws a Block to Help Keenan Allen Pick up First Down
Quarterback Philip Rivers puts on a blocking clinic to help wide receiver Keenan Allen pick up a first down.
Jim Trotter Explains Why Keenan Allen Has Been Underrated
NFL Network's Jim Trotter discusses Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen's career arc and how he has recovered from his past injuries to become a top wideout in the league.
Keenan Allen Leaps up over TWO Rams for 25-Yard Grab
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Keenan Allen: "We Just Gotta Keep Going"
Keenan Allen speaks with the media following Sunday's Game against the Chiefs.
Keenan Allen on the Saints Coming to Town
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Keenan Allen Excited to See the Young Receivers
Hayley Elwood interviews Keenan Allen on the sideline in the first preseason game about seeing the young receivers in action, improving upon his production last year, and more.
Keenan Allen: "We Can Dominate This League"
NFL Network's Terrell Davis chats with Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen about the upcoming 2018 season and building off of 2017's momentum.
Keenen Allen: Mike Williams 'Did a Great Job Today'
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Training Camp POV: Keenan Allen's Go-To Guide to Getting Open
Keenan Allen gears up to take on the 2018 season and gives us a 360 look at the technique of a dominant wide receiver in the NFL. And he teaches us a thing or two about his dance moves in the end zone.
Is Keenan Allen the NFL's Most Underappreciated Wide Receiver?
NFL Network's Kay Adams explains why Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen is the most underappreciated player in the NFL right now.
Keenan Allen 1-on-1
Hayley Elwood talks to Keenan Allen about the conclusion of minicamp, staying in shape in the break before training camp, and more.
Keenan Allen: 'We Have a Brotherhood' in the Locker Room
Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen joins "NFL Total Access" to talk about his place on the NFL's "Top 100 Players of 2018", his relationship with quarterback Philip Rivers and the Chargers expectations heading into 2018.
Top 100 Players of 2018: Keenan Allen at No. 41
Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen is voted the No. 41 player in the NFL by his peers on "Top 100 Players of 2018."
Keenan Allen: "We're Coming Together as a Team"
Keenan Allen speaks to the media following the first day of OTAs.
Top 10 Keenan Allen Plays from the 2017 Season
Check out the top ten plays from Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen from the 2017 season.
Keenan Allen's Comeback is Complete
Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen wins the 2017 Comeback Player of the Year at NFL Honors.
Top Plays from Keenan Allen's Comeback Season
Check out highlights of Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen from the 2017 season.
Keenan Allen Named AP Comeback Player of the Year
Check out highlights from Wide Receiver Keenan Allen's Comeback season. Allen was voted AP Comeback Player of the Year for his efforts in 2017 after his season ending injury a year before.
Touchdown Tuesday: Keenan Allen
Check out all six of Keenan Allen's touchdowns in the 2017 season.
Mic'd Up: Keenan Allen at the Pro Bowl
Keenan Allen was wired for sound during day 2 of the Pro Bowl practices in Orlando.
WATCH: Keenan Cam at Day 1 of the Pro Bowl
Watch Keenan Allen as he wore a GoPro during the first day of Pro Bowl practices in Orlando
Keenan Allen Pro Bowl One-on-One
Hayley Elwood talks to Pro Bowl, wide receiver, Keenan Allen about the upcoming skills challenge and more.
Chargers Update: 3 Chargers Receive PFWA Honors
Hayley Elwood brings you the latest in Bolts news including which players receive PFWA honors and more.
Keenan Allen's 2017 Season Highlights
Check out Keenan Allen's highlights from the 2017 season.