WR - PHI
Week 2 Outlook
Eagles wide receiver Jalen Reagor caught two of his five targets for just five yards in Sunday's loss to the 49ers.
After catching six passes and finding the end zone in Week 1, Reagor was held in check by the 49ers. Through two weeks, the second-year wideout has eight receptions for just 54 yards and a touchdown.
Eagles wide receiver Jalen Reagor caught all six of his targets for 49 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's Week 1 win over the Atlanta Falcons.
Reagor was second on the Eagles in targets behind DeVonta Smith, and his 13.9 points in Half PPR are more than he produced in any game in 2020.
Eagles wide receiver Jalen Reagor caught his only target for 18 yards in Friday's preseason finale against the New York Jets.
Fellow wideout DeVonta Smith did not play on Friday night, but the coaching staff clearly wanted to get Reagor some additional work. He only played five snaps and then got the rest of the night off. Reagor is projected to start alongside Smith for the Eagles to start the season.
Philadelphia Eagles WR Jalen Reagor has developed his skill set this offseason and is "rounding into form", per beat reporter Andrew DiCecco.
Reagor enters his second season with a lot to improve upon after an unimpressive 57.4 catch reception percentage during his rookie season in Philadelphia. He was the 21st overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft and was written off heading into this offseason, particularly with the Eagles' front office signing Heisman-winner Devonta Smith. However, Reagor is reportedly "rounding into form" during his second training camp, which included a one-handed touchdown over a Patriots defensive back during joint practice this week. As the WR56 in half-PPR formats, Reagor is worth a 13th or 14th round pick, as he could blossom into a WR3 if he continues to develop throughout the 2021 season.
Philadelphia Eagles WR Jalen Reagor was targeted three times and hauled in two receptions for 20 yards in Thursday's loss to the Steelers.
Reagor showed signs of flashing on Thursday hauling in two nice catches on three targets. The third target was a clear drop by him. In camp, the second year wide out has struggled with consistency, he's made spectacular catches but continues to struggle with drops. The Eagles get back to work next Sunday.
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