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2023 Fantasy Football Rankings: Preview for Every Player on the Los Angeles Chargers

Updated: Aug 31, 2023


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What to expect from this article

Below, we will dive deep into what we can expect from the Kansas City Chiefs' offense in 2023, including thorough fantasy football previews for Justin Herbert, Austin Ekeler, Keenan Allen, Mike Williams, Quentin Johnston (rookie), Josh Palmer and Gerald Everett


All of these—and every other team's—previews combine inside of the 2023 Draft Rankings to help you dominate your draft!


2022 Los Angeles Chargers: Looking Back

2022 was a step in the right direction for the Los Angeles Chargers, finishing 10-7 and clinching their first playoff birth since 2018 and just their 2nd since 2013.


Despite touting on of the worst rushing attacks in all of football, the Bolts boasted an above average offense, particularly superior in the passing game. They finished:


🟡 13th in scoring

🟡 9th in offensive yards

🟢 2nd in passing attempts

🟢 3rd in passing yards

🟡 12th in passing TDs

🔴 28th in rushing attempts

🔴 30th in rushing yards

🟡 16th in rushing TDs


It was a strong year for the Chargers at the individual level as well:

🟡 Justin Herbert finished as fantasy's QB 11

🟢 Austin Ekeler finished as fantasy's RB 1

🟢 Keenan Allen finished as fantasy's WR 12 in PPR points per game (16.4)

🟡 Mike Williams finished as fantasy's WR 21 in PPR points per game (13.6)

🟡 Josh Palmer finished as fantasy's WR 36 overall

🟡 Gerald Everett finished as fantasy's TE 13


By most accounts, 2022 was a strong year for the Chargers in fantasy football, and their offseason activity should make them even more explosive in 2023.

2023 Fantasy Football Preview: Looking Ahead

It's been a productive offseason for the Chargers so far, one that should make them even more explosive in 2023. So far, they've:


❌ Fired Offensive Coordinator Joe Lombardi


✅ Drafted TCU WR Quentin Johnston with the 21st overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft


✅ Drafted TCU WR Derius Davis with the 125th overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft (round 4, pick 23)


✅ Hired Kellen Moore as the new Offensive Coordinator


The hiring of Kellen Moore is particularly enticing for fantasy purposes. In 4 years as the Cowboys' offensive coordinator, Moore's offenses finished:


🟢 6th, 17th (Dak Prescott missed 11 games), 1st and 4th in scoring

🟢 1st, 14th (👆), 1st and 11th in yards

🟢 10th, 2nd, 6th and 19th in passing attempts

🟢 2nd, 8th, 2nd and 14th in passing yards

🟢 5th, 19th, 3rd and 9th in passing TDs

🟡 8th, 15th, 12th and 6th in rushing attempts

🟡 5th, 17th, 9th and 9th in rushing yards

🟡 7th, 21st, 17th and 2nd in rushing TDs


Perhaps, most excitingly for the Chargers, Moore coordinated offensive attacks that led Dak Prescott to 7.4 yards per attempt over the last 2 years, music to the ears of Justin Herbert managers that watched him dink and dunk his way to 6.8 yards per attempt in Lombardi's play-it-safe offense.


The addition of Johnston—who required expensive draft capital to obtain—certainly crowds things among the pass catching crew in LA, but the offense as a whole should be one of the most explosive units in all of football this year.


The Chargers are a team to target in 2023 fantasy football.


👇 With that all being said, let's do a thorough 2023 fantasy football preview of each and every fantasy-relevant player on the Los Angeles Chargers, including where we place them in our fantasy football rankings! 👇

Los Angeles Chargers Quarterbacks

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🟢 QB Justin Herbert

2022 was somewhat of a step back in Justin Herbert's hot-start career. He set new career highs in pass attempts (699), completions (477) and completion percentage (68.2%) yet threw for less yards than last year (4739) and the fewest TD passes of his three-year career (25).


In 18 games—including playoffs—Herbert averaged just 16.7 fantasy points per game, significantly lower than the 21.8 fantasy points per game he averaged over the first 32 games of his career.


His QB 11 finish was the worst of his career after finishing as the QB 9 in his rookie year (2020) and the QB 2 in his sophomore campaign (2021).


Of course, plenty of that can be explained by the fact that his top two pass-catchers, Keenan Allen and Mike Williams, took turns missing games with injuries for the entire season—Keenan played 34% or more of the snaps in just 9 games, and Williams played 38% or more of the snaps in just 11 games.


In fact, Keenan Allen and Mike Williams played just four full games together in 2022.


The other part of Herbert's struggles can be explained by Joe Lombardi's safe, predictable, boring offense that led to just 6.8 yards per attempts last season, which ranked 23rd among starting QBs.


As is often the case in fantasy football, fantasy managers appear to be over-reacting to last year's down season, giving Herbert the look of a real value pick in 2023, especially considering what should be the best offense of Herbert's career.


For starters, Herbert's top two weapons, Keenan Allen and Big Mike Williams, appear to be fully healthy heading into the season, something they didn't have much of last year.


If that wasn't enough, the Chargers spent the 21st overall pick on talented WR Quentin Johnston, who's set to join an absolutely loaded pass catching crew that consists of Allen, Williams, Johnston, Josh Palmer, Gerald Everett and Austin Ekeler.


Herbert should have no trouble finding open receivers in 2023.


And still, perhaps more importantly than any of that, the Chargers hired Kellen Moore as the new Offensive Coordinator after an insanely productive 4 years in Dallas, where his units finished:


🟢 6th, 17th (Dak Prescott missed 11 games), 1st and 4th in scoring

🟢 1st, 14th (👆), 1st and 11th in yards

🟢 10th, 2nd, 6th and 19th in passing attempts

🟢 2nd, 8th, 2nd and 14th in passing yards

🟢 5th, 19th, 3rd and 9th in passing TDs

🟡 8th, 15th, 12th and 6th in rushing attempts

🟡 5th, 17th, 9th and 9th in rushing yards

🟡 7th, 21st, 17th and 2nd in rushing TDs


Dak Prescott mostly thrived under Moore:

🟢 he finished as fantasy's QB 2 overall in 2019 (21.1 fantasy points per game)


🟢 he was averaging an astronomical 27.1 points per game (easily the QB 1) in 2020 before suffering a Pedal Ankle Dislocation and Fracture and missing the rest of the season after just 5 appearances


🟢 in his comeback 2021 season, Prescott finished as fantasy's QB 7 on 20 fantasy points per game


🟠 to be fair, 2022 was a disappointment as Dak finished as fantasy's QB 16 on 16.6 fantasy points per game


Herbert should have no problem bouncing back in a big way in 2023. After 49 career regular season games, Herbert is averaging:

⚫ 19.9 fantasy points per game

⚫ 287.5 passing yards per game

⚫ 1.9 passing TDs per game (94 total)

⚫ 0.7 interceptions per game (35 total)

⚫ 13.9 rushing yards per game

⚫ 0.2 rushing TDs per game (8 total)


Usually a solid floor, Herbert has scored 15 or more fantasy points in 33 of 49 games (67%), with more games of 23+ fantasy points (18) than games under 15 fantasy points (16).


There's also the known week-winning ceiling, where Herbert has scored 31 or more fantasy points in 4 of 49 games (8%), including a career high of 40.8 against the Browns in week 5 of 2021.


For what it's worth, FanDuel Sportsbook currently has Herbert slated for the 4th best odds of winning NFL MVP in 2023 (+900), projecting him for 4425.5 yards (-112 over/under) and 30.5 passing TDs (-108 over, -118 under).


Herbert is a strong bounce back candidate in 2023, and should be treated as a mid-level QB 1 with big upside for more. A QB 1 overall finish is in his range of possible outcomes.


🟢 Herbert is currently #49 overall in my 2023 Draft Rankings, 2-3 spots behind is current ADP. He's a terrific QB 1 if you missed on Josh Allen, Patrick Mahomes, Jalen Hurts, Joe Burrow and Lamar Jackson.


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Los Angeles Chargers Running Backs

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🟢 RB Austin Ekeler

2022 was another explosive season for PPR dynamo Austin Ekeler as he set new career highs in touches (311), rushing yards (915), rushing TDs (13), targets (127) and catches (107).


Ekeler scored a whopping 18 TDs on his way to finishing as THE RB 1 in 2022, as his 372.7 PPR points were more than any other RB in football.


Ekeler now has an absurd 38 TDs in his last 2 seasons, leading to finishes of RB 1 and RB 2 in the last 2 years.


In fact, fun fact, Ekeler has a total of 63 TDs in his career, 60% of which (38) have been in the last 2 seasons.


After 65 career games—including playoffs—where Ekeler has 10 or more touches, he's averaging an elite:


⚫ 20.4 PPR points per game

⚫ 17 touches per game—including 5.5 catches on 6.8 targets per game

⚫ 97.4 scrimmage yards per game—46.6 of which are receiving

⚫ 0.9 TDs per game—59 total (56% rushing, 44% receiving)


Safe as an investment, Ekeler has scored 15 or more PPR points in 45 of 65 games (a very nice 69%), including 20+ PPR points in 31 of 65 games (48%).


Ekeler also has a week-destroying ceiling, scoring 30 or more PPR points in 9 of 65 career games (14%)—which is 4 more times than he's landed under 10 PPR points, by the way—including a career high of 41.5 PPR points in week 11 of 2021.


Heading into 2023, the 28 year old undrafted free agent from Western State is set for another monster workload in what should be the best offense of his career after the Chargers appointed Kellen Moore as the team's new Offensive Coordinator.


Moore was terrific in 4 years with the Cowboys, who's offenses finished:


🟢 6th, 17th (Dak Prescott missed 11 games), 1st and 4th in scoring

🟢 1st, 14th (👆), 1st and 11th in yards

🟢 10th, 2nd, 6th and 19th in passing attempts

🟢 2nd, 8th, 2nd and 14th in passing yards

🟢 5th, 19th, 3rd and 9th in passing TDs

🟡 8th, 15th, 12th and 6th in rushing attempts

🟡 5th, 17th, 9th and 9th in rushing yards

🟡 7th, 21st, 17th and 2nd in rushing TDs


Moore's RBs found success at the individual level as well, where:

🟢 Ezekiel Elliott was fantasy's RB 3 in 2019 on 19.5 PPR points per game

🟢 Zeke was fantasy's RB 9 in 2020 on 14.9 PPR points per game

🟢 Zeke was fantasy's RB 7 in 2021 on 14.8 PPR points per game

🟡 Tony Pollard was fantasy's RB 28 in 2021 on 10.4 PPR points per game

🟢 Pollard was fantasy's RB 8 in 2022 on 15.6 PPR points per game

🟡 Zeke was fantasy's RB 22 in 2021 on 12.4 PPR points per game


The "downside" for Ekeler is that the team is loaded, meaning there will be many mouths to feed and perhaps less scoring opportunity and/or targets for Ekeler (Keenan Allen, Mike Williams, Quentin Johnston, Josh Palmer and Gerald Everett are all healthy heading into 2023).


For what it's worth, FanDuel Sportsbooks are expecting a gigantic step back from the last two years, projecting Ekeler for just 750.5 rushing yards (he had 911 and 915 in the last two years) and just 7.5 rushing TDs (13 and 12).


Still, Ekeler remains one of the few three-down backs in the league and playing for what should be one of the best offenses in football.


Health permitting, he's once again a high-end RB 1 in 2023.


🟢 Ekeler is currently #5 overall in my 2023 Draft Rankings, 1-2 spots behind is current ADP. That said, he's in the same élite tier as the other 4 guys ahead of him and every bit worthy of a pick earlier than #5.


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Los Angeles Chargers Wide Receivers

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🟢 WR Keenan Allen

2022 was somewhat of a lost season for Keenan Allen as he battled a nagging hamstring injury all year, appearing in just 10 games of a boring, predictable offense. He caught just 66 of 89 passes (he had 100+ catches in 4 of the previous 5 seasons) for 752 yards and 4 TDs.


That said, from an efficiency standpoint, Keenan enjoyed new highs with Justin Herbert in yards per catch (11.4), yards per game (75.2), catch percentage (74.2%) and yards per target (8.4).


In fact, in 9 games where he played at least 34% of the snaps, Keenan averaged an elite:

⚫ 18.27 PPR points per game

⚫ 10.67 targets

⚫ 7.33 catches

⚫ 81.78 yards

⚫ had 4 TDs


He scored 15 or more PPR points in 6 of 9 games, including 4 spots over 20 PPR points (one of which got up to 30.2).


Purely from a per/game standpoint, Keenan's season looked above average and provides optimism for a Kellen Moore-run offense in 2023.


In 116 career games—including playoffs—where Keenan Allen has played at least 70% of the snaps, he's averaged:

⚫ 16.78 PPR points per game

⚫ 9.66 targets

⚫ 6.56 catches

⚫ 76.62 yards

⚫ 0.44 TDs (51 total)


A safer option in PPR, Keenan scored 15 or more PPR points in 61 of 116 games (53%), including 20+ PPR points in 37 of 116 games (32%).


He's also had an explosive ceiling in his career, hitting 30 or more PPR points in 11 of 116 games (9%), including 2 games over 40.


And by the way, Allen's splits get even sexier when Justin Herbert—not Philip Rivers—is his QB.


In 35 career games —including playoffs—where Keenan Allen has played at least 70% of the snaps specifically with Herbert, his averages jump to:

⚫ 17.93 PPR points

⚫ 10.83 targets

⚫ 7.43 catches

⚫ 76.83 yards

⚫ 0.5 TDs (17 total)


He scored 15 or more PPR points in 22 of 35 games (63%), and has more games over 30 PPR points (3) than he has games under 10 PPR points (2).


Yes, he's entering his age 31 season and that's cause for concern as we know a cliff is coming, but 2023 once again projects as a voluminous season for the 2013 3rd round pick as the top option in a Kellen Moore offense.


Moore was terrific in 4 years with the Cowboys, who's offenses finished:


🟢 6th, 17th (Dak Prescott missed 11 games), 1st and 4th in scoring

🟢 1st, 14th (👆), 1st and 11th in yards

🟢 10th, 2nd, 6th and 19th in passing attempts

🟢 2nd, 8th, 2nd and 14th in passing yards

🟢 5th, 19th, 3rd and 9th in passing TDs

🟡 8th, 15th, 12th and 6th in rushing attempts

🟡 5th, 17th, 9th and 9th in rushing yards

🟡 7th, 21st, 17th and 2nd in rushing TDs


Here is how Moore's WRs finished in fantasy during his time in Dallas:


2019:

🟢 WR 10 (Amari Cooper)

🟡 WR 22 (Michael Gallup)

🟠 WR 48 (Randall Cobb)


2020:

🟢 WR 15 (Amari Cooper)

🟡 WR 24 (CeeDee Lamb)

🟠 WR 38 (Michael Gallup)


2021:

🟡 WR 19 (CeeDee Lamb)

🟡 WR 27 (Amari Cooper)

🟠 WR 45 (Cedrick Wilson)


2022:

🟢 WR 5 (CeeDee Lamb)


Theoretically working against Allen is the addition of expensive draft pick, Quentin Johnston, who went 21st overall to the Bolts. Theoretically, he could cut into some of Allen's volume.


Of course, Johnston is just 21 years old and has plenty of competition of his own to worry about with Allen, Mike Williams, Josh Palmer, Gerald Everett and Austin Ekeler all back for another year.


As is usually the case, FanDuel Sportsbook Vegas has low projections for Allen, projecting 900.5 yards and 5.5 TDs.


Allen's been above 900 yards and 5 TDs in 6 of 10 NFL seasons.


Still the trusted WR 1 in a Kellen Moore led offense—not to mention one that's giving Justin Herbert the 4th best odds of winning NFL MVP—Allen is best approached as a WR 1/2 with high end WR 1 upside if he stays healthy.


🟢 Allen is currently #26 overall in my 2023 Draft Rankings, 19+ spots ahead of his ADP. He's worthy of an early 3rd round pick but can often be had in the mid-late 4th round.


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🟢 WR Mike Williams

On a per game basis, 2022 was a fine year for Mike Williams who spent the year battling injury.


In 11 games where he played at least 37% of the snaps, Big Mike averaged:


⚫ 15.16 PPR points per game

⚫ 7.91 targets

⚫ 5.27 catches

⚫ 77.09 yards

⚫ had 4 TDs


Boom/bust as always, Big Mike landed below 9 PPR points in 3 of 11 games, but also scored more than 19 PPR points in 5 of 11 games.


Of course, most of the season was spent without Keenan Allen, and Williams' averages were on par with what we've seen in his career without Keenan.


In 10 Justin Herbert games without Keenan, Williams is averaging:

⚫ 15.4 PPR points per game

⚫ 8.3 targets

⚫ 5.2 catches

⚫ 71.9 yards

⚫ 0.5 TDs (5 total)


His career numbers dip a bit when looking at 25 games he's played WITH Keenan Allen (and Justin Herbert):

⚫ 13.7 PPR points per game

⚫ 7.5 targets

⚫ 4.4 catches

⚫ 66.9 yards

⚫ 0.4 TDs (11 total)


Williams has fewer than 9 PPR points in 11 of 25 games with Keenan Allen (44%), but he also has more than 15 PPR points in 11 of 25 games (44%), including 7 games over 20 PPR points (2 of which went over 31).


His boom/bust nature makes the 2017 7th overall pick a better best ball pick than a season long investment where you have to predict which weeks he will hit.


Williams may lose volume with 21st overall pick Quentin Johnston in town and Kellen Moore—not Joe Lombardi—running the offense in 2023, but the Chargers should also be more aggressive and take more shots down the field, which is how Williams butters his bread.


Moore was terrific in 4 years with the Cowboys, who's offenses finished:


🟢 6th, 17th (Dak Prescott missed 11 games), 1st and 4th in scoring

🟢 1st, 14th (👆), 1st and 11th in yards

🟢 10th, 2nd, 6th and 19th in passing attempts

🟢 2nd, 8th, 2nd and 14th in passing yards

🟢 5th, 19th, 3rd and 9th in passing TDs

🟡 8th, 15th, 12th and 6th in rushing attempts

🟡 5th, 17th, 9th and 9th in rushing yards

🟡 7th, 21st, 17th and 2nd in rushing TDs


Here is how Moore's WRs finished in fantasy during his time in Dallas:


2019:

🟢 WR 10 (Amari Cooper)

🟡 WR 22 (Michael Gallup)

🟠 WR 48 (Randall Cobb)


2020:

🟢 WR 15 (Amari Cooper)

🟡 WR 24 (CeeDee Lamb)

🟠 WR 38 (Michael Gallup)


2021:

🟡 WR 19 (CeeDee Lamb)

🟡 WR 27 (Amari Cooper)

🟠 WR 45 (Cedrick Wilson)


2022:

🟢 WR 5 (CeeDee Lamb)1st, 14th, 1st and 11th in yards


For what it's worth, FanDuel Sportsbooks have Williams projected for over/under 850.5 yards (-112) and over/under 5.5 TDs (-112), noteworthy considering Keenan Allen is projected for just 900.5 yards and 5.5 TDs.


Entering his age 29 season, Williams is best approached as a boom/bust WR 2 that can lay an egg one week and then blow the top off the next. He's a better best ball than season-long pick.


🟢 Williams is currently #52 overall in my 2023 Draft Rankings, 11(ish) spots ahead of his ADP.


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🟡 WR Quentin Johnston (rookie)

With the 21st overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, the Los Angeles Chargers picked TCU WR Quentin Johnston. Analytically, Johnston profiles as boom/bust prospect with a wide range of outcomes.


On the one hand, Johnston has incredible speed and explosiveness for his size (6'2," 208 pounds) with "unique start-stop ability for a tall receiver" per film guru John Chapman.


On the other hand, the 21 year old rookie (22 in September) "telegraphs his vertical routes, doesn't use his size as a weapon very well, and gets antsy in traffic" (Chapman).


Long term, Johnston's landing spot is elite with Keenan Allen entering his age 31 season and Mike Williams entering his age 29 campaign, not to mention both contracts are expiring following the 2024 season. Johnston may very well be Justin Herbert's long term WR 1, an exciting proposition.


Short term, however, Johnston figures to run behind Allen and Williams, not to mention the mouths of Austin Ekeler, Gerald Everett and Josh Palmer, all of which need to be fed as well.


Johnston has the talent and elite offense to propel him to some explosive games in 2023. They'll just be inconsistent and hard to predict.


Johnston is best approached as a WR 4 with upside.


🟡 Johnston is currently #108 overall in my 2023 Draft Rankings, 14(ish) spots ahead of his ADP.


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🟠 WR Josh Palmer

2022 was somewhat of a lowkey breakout year for 2nd year WR Josh Palmer, as he posted new career highs in targets (107), catches (72) and yards (769) while scoring 3 TDs en route to a WR 36 finish.


Of course, he had ample opportunity to make a name for himself considering he played in 13 games that at least one of Keenan Allen and/or Mike Williams did not.


In 16 career games without at least one of Keenan or Williams, Palmer is averaging a solid:


⚫ 11.8 PPR points per game

⚫ 7.2 targets

⚫ 4.8 catches

⚫ 51.3 yards

⚫ 0.3 TDs (5 total)


He scored 13 or more PPR points in 8 of those 16 games, including a career high of 30.6 PPR points against the rival Chiefs in week 11 of 2022 when he caught 8 of 10 targets for 106 yards and 2 TDs.


Of course, that was his only game over 19 PPR points, and he scored fewer than 10 PPR points in 7 of 16 games.


The numbers look a lot different in games that both Keenan Allen and Mike Williams played.


In 14 career contests with both Keenan and Williams, Palmer's averages plummet to just:

⚫ 5.1 PPR points per game

⚫ 2.9 targets

⚫ 2.1 catches

⚫ 21.5 yards

⚫ 0.1 TDs (2 total)


Of course, 11 of those 14 games were during Palmer's rookie year where he largely played behind Jalen Guyton for the WR 3 role.


But still, even in the 3 full games with Williams and Allen last year, Palmer caught just 7 of 9 targets for 65 yards and no TDs (13.5 PPR points in 3 games).


Now we're adding 21st overall pick Quentin Johnston to the mix, likely sending Palmer to 5th in line for targets—at best—behind Allen, Williams, Johnston, Austin Ekeler and probably Gerald Everett.


There's really not much room for Palmer in 2023.


But, long term, Palmer is entering his 3rd professional season—a known historical breakout year—and looking to cement himself as a long-term option for the Chargers with Keenan Allen and Mike Williams both on the geriatric side and approaching expiring contracts in 2024 (which is also when Palmer would get his next contract).


Palmer can't be drafted in "normal" sized fantasy leagues in 2023, but he should definitely be on "watch lists" if anything happens to the guys in front of him (or if he gets to run as the WR 3 ahead of the rookie Johnston).


He's a hold in dynasty leagues.


🟠 Palmer is currently #202 overall in my 2023 Draft Rankings.


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Los Angeles Tight Ends

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🟡 TE Gerald Everett

2022 was a the best statistical year of Gerald Everett's career as he compiled career highs in targets (87), catches (58), yards (555) and TDs (4, tied with 2021) on his way to a TE13 finish.


In 16 games—including playoffs—where he played at least 18% of the snaps, Everett averaged:


⚫ 9.76 PPR points per game

⚫ 5.81 targets

⚫ 3.88 catches

⚫ 40.06 yards

⚫ had 5 TDs


He was able to reach 10 or more PPR points in 7 of 16 games, including a season high 22.9 PPR points in the Chargers' lone playoff game.


It was an above-average campaign when compared to what we've come to expect from Everett as a full time player.


In 30 career games games where the 2017 2nd round pick (Rams) played at least 44 snaps, he's averaged:


⚫ 9.1 PPR points per game

⚫ 6.1 targets

⚫ 4 catches

⚫ 40.1 yards

⚫ 0.2 TDs (6 total)


Of course, it must also be noted that target hogs Keenan Allen and Mike Williams played just three full games together all season, so there was plenty of opportunity for Everett to do his damage. That likely won't be the case in 2023.


Allen and Williams are fully healthy heading into the season, and the Chargers added 21st overall pick Quentin Johnston to compete with Everett (and Austin Ekeler and Josh Palmer) for targets.


On top of that, the Chargers fired Joe Lombardi and hired Kellen Moore as their new Offensive Coordinator, likely bringing in a more balanced approach than the 2nd most pass attempts and 6th fewest rushing attempts that the Chargers deployed last season.


With less projected volume at both the macro and micro levels for Everett, it's fair to expect a step back from last season.


That being said, what Moore might sacrifice in volume, he's likely to make up for with efficiency.


Moore has an impressive resume thus far after 4 years as an OC with the Dallas Cowboys. His units have finished:


🟢 6th, 17th (Dak Prescott missed 11 games), 1st and 4th in scoring

🟢 1st, 14th (👆), 1st and 11th in yards

🟢 10th, 2nd, 6th and 19th in passing attempts

🟢 2nd, 8th, 2nd and 14th in passing yards

🟢 5th, 19th, 3rd and 9th in passing TDs

🟡 8th, 15th, 12th and 6th in rushing attempts

🟡 5th, 17th, 9th and 9th in rushing yards

🟡 7th, 21st, 17th and 2nd in rushing TDs


Here is how Moore's tight ends finished in fantasy during his time in Dallas:


🟢 2019: TE 11 (Jason Witten)

🟢 2020: TE 12 (Dalton Schultz)

🟢 2021: TE 3 (Dalton Schultz)

🟢 2022: TE 10 (Dalton Schultz)


And that's with the Cowboys frequently supporting THREE fantasy wide receivers.


🟡 Everett should not be drafted in "normal" sized leagues but he should have some streamer appeal during the 2023 season.


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Other Names to Know


⚫ RB Joshua Kelley

⚫ RB Isaiah Spiller

⚫ WR Derius Davis (rookie WR)

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