2019 NFL Draft Guide Player Profile: Jordan Reed
Colby Conway takes an in-depth look at Jordan Reed to let fantasy football owners know what to expect from the Washington Redskins TE during the 2019 NFL season.
Jordan Reed is a very talented tight end that continues to tease fantasy owners with his potential. In 2015, Reed caught 87 passes on 114 targets for 952 yards and 11 touchdowns. It was a monster fantasy campaign for Reed, as he appeared in a career-high 14 games and quickly entrenched himself as the top dog in the Washington passing attack. However, since that magical year, fantasy owners have been, more or less, screwed by Reed, as he continues to battle injuries and even when he does play, fantasy owners are collectively holding their breath as every tackle, or every play is a chance for Reed to get nicked up and come out of action. Since scoring 11 touchdowns in 2015, Reed has found paydirt just 10 times over the last three seasons (31 games).
Reed has never played 16 games in his career.
Reed has never 15 games in his career.
He’s played in 12 or more games just three times in his career, but those three times have come in the last four seasons.
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