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TE Jordan Reed Washington Redskins Player Page

#86 Jordan Reed, TE    Fantasy Football Injury Status   IR - Concussion
Washington Redskins
Height 6' 2"
Weight 242 lbs
Age 29
Birthdate July 3rd 1990
College Florida
Year 2013
Round 3   Pick 23
Season Statistics
-- Receiving ---- Rushing --
YEARGPRCPTYARDSTDATTYARDSTD
201394549931180
201411504650000
2015148795211000
201612666866000
20176272112000
201813545582000
2019 Fantasy Points by Week
Recent Games
-- Receiving ---- Rushing --
WeekRCPTYARDSTDATTYARDSTDPTS
1448100010
265500003
346500006
512100002
653600003
724300004
873800003
943400003
1045100005
11771100013
1267500007
1342100002
140000000
Strength of Schedule
Strength of Schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the TE position. The easiest rating is 1 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the most difficult rating is 10 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.
Fantasy Analysis
Week 12 Projections

Season Projections
He topped Washington in catches, receiving yards, touchdown grabs (tie) and targets (ninth most among tight ends) despite catching passes from four different starting quarterbacks and closed out 2018 ranked TE17/non-PPR and TE14/PPR, but bigger production had been expected. Reed, the top pass-catching option in a weak receiver corps, and tight end friendly Alex Smith never developed chemistry before the veteran passer went down with a nasty season-ending broken leg. Washington's revolving door at quarterback clearly impacted Reed's stats, and so did a run-heavy scheme. Heading into his age-29 season healthy, Reed is still the class of a receiver corps that's largely unchanged from last season. Washington, however, will continue to utilize a conservative attack with either Case Keenum or rookie 15th overall selection Dwayne Haskins under center. A better rapport with whoever starts at quarterback would be a plus for Reed but wouldn't yield a huge uptick in his stats. Don't forget - the ageless Vernon Davis is still vulturing at least a couple of targets per game. Factoring in low fantasy upside with Reed's well-known injury history - the seventh-year pro has missed 31 of 96 (32 percent) regular-season contests - he's safer to draft as a backup.


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Preseason - IR - Concussion

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