In 2015, Jordan Reed ranked tied for 1st place with Tyler Eifert in red zone TD receptions by a Tight End with 11. If Reed can play a full 16 game season, he can rank as one of the top Tight Ends of the 2016 season. I am projecting that he can do it and will finish with 12-14 TDs in 2016.
Reed has battled injuries for most of his career, but he stayed healthy for 14 games this season and showed just how good he can be. He averaged over eight targets per game, which was only behind Delanie Walker. Kirk Cousins seems to love throwing Reed the ball and for good reason, as he put up a line of 87/952/11 through those 14 games. Reed played nine games his rookie year, then 11 in 2014 and 14 this season. Sometimes it just takes some on-the-job training to learn how to keep yourself healthy in the NFL, and I don't see any reason Reed can't continue to put together mostly full seasons moving forward.