31. Keenan Allen, WR, LA Chargers
His six seasons in the NFL must feel like one long rollercoaster ride for Allen. But after tearing his ACL in Week 1 of the 2016 season, he appears to be back on top. Allen had the best season of his career in 2017, winning Comeback Player of the Year honors, and he showed no signs of slowing down last year, catching 97 passes for nearly 1,200 yards.
As long as he stays healthy, there’s every reason to think that Allen will continue to put up numbers comparable to the last two seasons in 2019. He’s the primary target for Philip Rivers, and that isn’t likely to change. If Allen can improve his touchdown total after only finding the end zone six times in each of the past two seasons, he might have a chance to push his way into the elite category among wide receivers.