Allen had 61 tackles (34 solo) and eight sacks across 779 defensive snaps during the 2018 season.
Limited to five appearances in an injury-shortened rookie season, the No. 17 overall pick from the 2017 draft bounced back strong as a 16-game starter at defensive end during his sophomore campaign. The Washington defense fell apart late in the season, but it has a nice foundation up front with Allen, DT Da'Ron Payne, DL Matt Ioannidis (hamstring) and OLB Ryan Kerrigan accounting for 33.5 of the team's 46 sacks.
Allen posted four tackles (three solo), including a sack, in Saturday's loss to the Titans.
Allen has had a tremendous season in what is his second year in the NFL. After posting one sack in five games as a rookie, he now has eight in 2018. He'll aim to finish the year strong against the Eagles in Week 17.
Allen recorded five tackles (four solo) and two sacks across 29 defensive snaps in Sunday's win over the Jaguars.
Allen only played in 58 percent of the defensive snaps Sunday -- compared to his 75 percent season average. The second-year pro now seven sacks on the season to go along with 51 tackles.
Allen had nine tackles (five solo) and a sack in Thursday's 31-23 loss to the Cowboys.
The nine-tackle explosion is somewhat surprising given Allen entered the afternoon with only 31 tackles for the season, and even more impressive that seven of his tackles Thursday resulted in an Ezekiel Elliott carry going for less than three yards. The 23-year-old played in only five games as a rookie last year but is coming into his own during his sophomore campaign.
Allen recorded three tackles (one solo), including a sack, in Sunday's win over the Giants.
Allen now has four sacks on the season and one in each of the last two games. He'll look to maintain his strong momentum in next week's matchup with the Falcons.