Allison caught four passes for 29 yards in Sunday's victory over the Browns.
Allison had caught just two total passes over nine games since a 122-yard effort in Week 3, but he got a chance to see the field more than usual Sunday with the Packers playing catch-up in the second half, and finished with his second most productive game of the season. Despite the increase in snaps Sunday, and the possible return of starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) in Week 15, Allison remains the Packers' No. 4 receiver and a dart throw for fantasy purposes.
Allison caught one pass for 14 yards in Sunday's loss to the Saints.
Allison played just five snaps on offense Sunday, and his catch was only the second he made in the last four games. With him fourth on the depth chart at his position and the Packers' passing attack not as high-powered under Brett Hundley as it with Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) at the helm, it will be tough for Allison to make a fantasy impact anytime soon.
Allison had one reception for seven yards in Sunday's loss to the Vikings.
Allison has been worth stashing in some leagues as a lottery ticket in case of an injury to any of the three receivers ahead of him on the Packers' depth chart, but with quarterback Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) sidelined for a lengthy period of time, it remains to be seen if the Packers' passing attack can sustain two regular starters in fantasy leagues, let alone three or four. As such, those with Allison on their roster may want to take a gamble elsewhere.
Allison was targeted twice in Sunday's victory over the Cowboys but did not catch a pass.
Allison's 122-yard performance in Week 3 showed what he is capable of when called upon, but when the Packers' "Big 3" receivers -- Jordy Nelson, Davante Adams and Randall Cobb -- are healthy, as they were Sunday, there simply aren't enough balls to go around. Allison is a quality insurance option if you have the roster space but should not be counted on to help out fantasy squads unless he is operating as the No. 3 receiver or better.
Allison was not targeted in Thursday's 35-14 win over Chicago.
One week after a 122-yard effort against Cincinnati, Allison was on the field for just 16 of 55 offensive snaps, 31 fewer than Week 3's contest. The obvious difference was Randall Cobb's return to the lineup. Allison showed big-play ability when given a chance but faces a squeeze for playing time with so many weapons in Green Bay. He might be worth keeping an eye on if Davante Adams is unable to clear concussion protocol prior to this week's game against Dallas.
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