Jordan Reed

#86 TE / Washington Redskins / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 237 lb Age: 25 College: Florida Bye 8,19,20,21

Fantasy Points by Week

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  • FANTASY PTS
Own
95%
Start
76%
TE Rank
30
  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Redskins' Jordan Reed: Totals 120 yards, touchdown against Packers

    Reed plucked nine of 12 targets out of the air for 120 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's loss to Green Bay. Reed stole a possible Green Bay interception with a one-handed catch late in the first quarter and then split the seam for a touchdown later on that same drive. Reed was Washington's most consistent performer all season, leading the team in every major receiving category, and shone brightest toward the end of the season, with five touchdowns in the final four games of the year. Reed's 11 touchdowns tied him for seventh in the league and only Tyler Eifert scored more among tight ends. He should be treated as a top-flight tight end in 2016.

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    Redskins' Jordan Reed: Catches all four targets in Dallas

    Reed caught all four of his targets for 45 yards in Sunday's season finale against the Cowboys. Reed wasn't asked to do nearly as much in this one after recording 25 catches for 333 yards and five touchdowns over the previous three weeks, but he should play a bigger role in the NFC Wild Card Round next week. The third-year tight end once again showed excellent chemistry with quarterback Kirk Cousins despite his modest production, as Reed hauled in every pass thrown his way.

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    Redskins' Jordan Reed: Could be rested in Week 17

    Reed's coach, Jay Gruden, said that it might make sense to rest some key players in Week 17 against the Cowboys, CSN Mid-Atlantic reports. Given Reed's injury history, it wouldn't make much sense for him to handle his usual workload in a game that has no impact on the playoff picture. Of course, he's entirely capable of producing a solid TE1 stat line in one half (or quarter), and Gruden may want his starters to get a tune-up for the postseason. Other leading candidates for rest include Kirk Cousins, DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Redskins' Jordan Reed: Seven touchdowns in the last four games

    Reed caught nine of 11 targets for 129 yards and two touchdowns in Week 16. Reed has career highs across the board with 83 receptions, 907 yards, and 11 touchdowns.

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    Redskins' Jordan Reed: Snags seven catches against Buffalo

    Reed hauled in all seven passes that came his way in Sunday's win over Buffalo, totaling 84 yards and two scores. Reed got going early, scoring on a three-yard jumpball in the first quarter and then split the seam for an 18-yard touchdown in the second half. Reed had a three-game span in the middle of the season during which he found the end zone five times, but followed that up with a three-game scoreless streak. He has now scored three times in two weeks and only Rob Gronkowski and Tyler Eifert have more touchdowns from the tight end position this season. Given his ability to score in bunches, Sunday being his second two-score game of the season, Reed is tough to keep out of the lineup.

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    Redskins' Jordan Reed: Huge game in win over Bears

    Reed led the Redskins with nine catches on nine targets for 120 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's win over the Bears. The tight end produced his best all-around performance of the season Sunday, as he went over 100 yards for the first time and registered his second highest reception total. Reed continues to play a large role in the Washington passing attack, as he leads the team in targets nearly every time he suits up. Reed will match up against a Bills defense in Week 15 that just allowed Eagles tight ends to account for nearly half of their receiving yardage on Sudnay.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Redskins' Jordan Reed: Worst game of season

    Reed caught three of eight targets for 33 yards in Monday's loss to the Cowboys. The entire offense struggled this week failing to score a touchdown until the final minute of the game. This game definitely registers as his worst performance this season. Expect him to get back on track next week against the Bears.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Redskins' Jordan Reed: Snatches eight passes against the Giants

    Reed caught eight passes off of nine targets for 98 yards in Sunday's win over the Giants. The 98 receiving yards represented a season-high for Reed. Since returning to the lineup in Week 8, Reed has led Washington in receptions in three of five games and his five touchdowns during the span are more than any other Washington receiver this season. Reed appears to have developed a strong rapport with Kirk Cousins, one that has not been diminished by the return of DeSean Jackson. In fact, fantasy owners can expect Jackson's ability to stretch defenses vertically to benefit Reed as he does most of his damage on underneath plays.

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    Redskins' Jordan Reed: Not on injury report Wednesday

    Reed wasn't listed on Washington's injury report Wednesday. In the aftermath of Sunday's loss at Carolina, it was revealed that Reed suffered a sprained MCL in one of his knees, making his lack of presence on the injury report a surprise, to say the least. In any case, he's Washington's undisputed No. 1 tight end, from which he's put together 23 catches (on 32 targets) for 165 yards and a whopping five touchdowns over the last four games.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Redskins' Jordan Reed: Able to play through sprained MCL

    Reed suffered a sprained MCL during Sunday's game but was able to return to the field, the Washington Post reports. Reed will likely miss practice time this week but it's encouraging that he was able to return to the game.

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