Los Angeles Chargers Week 3 Fantasy Football Results

The Los Angeles Chargers escaped Minnesota with a victory on Sunday. Justin Herbert played out of his mind and the defense came up with two critical stops when it mattered most. But who were the top Fantasy Football performers for your Bolts? Check it out below!

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Los Angeles Chargers Week 3 Fantasy Football Results

Justin Herbert – 29.30 Points

Justin Herbert had an unbelievable day at the office on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. He finished the game going 40/47 with 405 passing yards, 3 touchdowns, and zero interceptions. He finished first among all Quarterbacks in Week 3.

Keenan Allen – 45.50 Points

Keenan Allen had another monster week and proved that age is just a number. He finished the game with an unreal 18 catches for 215 yards on 20 total targets. Allen is clearly WR1 in LA (duh) and is Herbert’s go-to receiver whenever the offense is in a pinch. Allen finished as WR1 among all WRs in Week 3.

Mike Williams – 25.10 Points

Before suffering a crushing season-ending injury, Mike Williams was having a tremendous game. He had 7 receptions for 121 yards and 1 touchdown. Losing Williams will be a huge blow to the Chargers and they will look to Joshua Palmer and rookie Quentin Johnston to step up. Williams still finished as WR9 in Week 3.

Joshua Palmer – 14.6 Points

Palmer will see his role increased with the injury to Mike Williams, but, regardless, he had a very respectable game on Sunday. He finished with 4 receptions, 66 yards, and 1 touchdown which was good enough for WR29.

Donald Parham – 14.4 Points

Donald Parham is the true definition of feast or famine. He proved this yet again on Sunday as he hauled in 2 touchdowns off of 2 receptions for 4 yards. He finished as TE5 in Week 3.

Gerald Everett – 9 Points

Everett didn’t get in the end zone but he did haul in 6 receptions for 30 yards, good enough for TE14.

Joshua Kelley – 2.7 Points

The Chargers were clearly in pass-only mode on Sunday as Joshua Kelley was barely utilized in the offensive game plan. He finished the game with 12 rushing yards, 5 receiving yards, and 1 reception. He finished the day ranked as RB65.