When Dwayne Allen was drafted in the third round of the 2012 draft, experts expected big things from him.
Allen responded his rookie season.
In his first season, Allen recorded 45 catches and 521 yards.
Things were looking up for the promising TE, then an unfortunate injury ended Allen’s 2013 campaign before it even began.
Since 2012, Allen has yet to play all sixteen games. Even when he has played, he’s either been utilized the wrong way or ineffective. In 2015, Allen only recorded sixteen receptions and 109 yards with most of the targets going to Coby Fleener.
Now with Fleener gone and a new four year deal, Allen must prove his worth as the guy.
He will look to have a breakout season, and with a 100 percent Andrew Luck, he will have that type of year.
I project Allen will have between 45 and 60 catches, between 500 and 700 yards, and six touchdowns.