Jordan Reed
Jordan Reed

Jordan Reed

Washington Redskins
Note from FantasyPros Staff
Tue, Jun 28th 5:42pm EDT
Reed performed just 9% (fantasy points per game) below Gronk, who is injury prone and locked into the late first round. You can get the younger of the two 35 picks later. At that value, he is one of the few must-grab assets this draft season.

The Washington Redskins held several starters out of Friday night's game against the New York Jets, including TE Jordan Reed.

Fantasy Impact: There was no need for the Redskins to play Reed, who appears to be healthy as the regular season nears. He had been nursing a sprained thumb earlier in preseason but health no longer seems to be an issue, although his track record leaves room for concern.


Fantasy Football Empire | Aug 21st
In 2015, Jordan Reed ranked tied for 1st place with Tyler Eifert in red zone TD receptions 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 singed a 5 year extension through the 2021 season for $46.5 million. The deal includes $22 million in guaranteed money. Reed is in for a solid TE season. He has looked sharp in practice this pre-season and if you miss out on drafting GRONK, Reed is a nice consolation.
WalterFootball | Aug 19th
Reed has battled injuries for most of his career, but he stayed healthy for 14 games in 2015 and showed just how good he can be. He averaged over eight targets per game, which was only behind Delanie Walker. Kirk Cousins seemed 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 last 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
The NY Times | Aug 12th
League-winning caliber player, but one must be comfortable with the high risk for injury.
Razzball | Aug 1st
Over the past couple of weeks, we have organized and completed a mock draft for you, the readers, to enjoy and dissect. I am going to be breaking it down here, in this lovely article. Our mock draft followed the structure of the RCL's, in that we were following 0.5 PPR scoring, and in that our rosters were: QB, 2 HB's, 2 WR's, TE and a FLEX which is the HB/WR/TE. But instead of drafting a K...
FanSided | Jul 31st
Rob Gronkowski is generally viewed as the toptight end in fantasy football, but who is the second best player at the position, Greg Olsen of the Carolina Panthers or Jordan Reed of the Washington Redskins? Both players are deserving of the praise that they receive, and selecting one over the other ...
Yahoo! Sports | Jul 21st
Kirk Cousins' security blanket showed us what he's capable of in a (relatively) healthy season - 2nd best FAN PPG at TE, behind only Gronk
SoCalledFanEx | Jul 8th
I can safely say that Jordan Reed will not be on a single one of my Fantasy Teams. I will avoid him as if he is a Donald Trump rally. Reed is going as high as the middle of the third round in ESPN drafts, with an overall ADP of 35. On the surface this […] The post 2016 Fantasy Football Tight End Busts: Regression and Injuries appeared first on So-Called Fantasy Experts.
Yahoo! Sports | Jul 6th
Jordan Reed’s voice was most certainly heard by fantasy owners last year. (Getty)After Gronk, average drafters currently have Jordan Reed and Greg Olsen ranked No. 2 and No. 3 on their cheat sheets. In this showdown, Brad Evans and Liz Loza argue which plus-sized target is the better buy. Read their arguments and declare a winner in the comments section. [Yahoo Fantasy Football is open for ...
Breaking Football | Jul 5th
Redskins have a lot of mouths to feed and he does have an injury history, but is there a more exciting young TE right now?
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jun 15th
Reed was one of the pleasant surprises of the 2015 season with 87 receptions for 952 yards and 11 touchdowns. If he can stay healthy, he will challenge Grok for the top tight end spot.