JVM: Wide Receivers - Matt Claassen
The Offensive Rookie of the Year candidate made quite the impression this season. After not seeing a single snap in Week 1 and gaining just 30 total yards the following two weeks, Allen racked up 1,016 yards over the final 13 games. Down the stretch he earned positive grades in each of the final six regular season games as the Chargers made a late playoff push. If Allen continues on the path he has set, he will be a bargain for the Chargers since an extension cannot be negotiated for a few years.
JVM: Halfbacks & Fullbacks - Cole Schultz
Renowned primarily for his receiving prowess when he signed on last year as a free agent from New England, Woodhead trailed only former Charger Darren Sproles with his +14.1 receiving grade this year. His 605 receiving yards are also second most, but to Jamaal Charles, who played nearly 400 more snaps than Woodhead. One thing that neither of them has, though, is a catch rate as high as the 91.6% that Woodhead earned.
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