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TE Jordan Reed - Washington Redskins

6-3, 236Born: 7-3-1990College: FloridaDrafted: Round 3

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WEEKOPPoSNAPRECYDTDFumLPts
17 vs NYG 34 5 40 1 1 9

Recent Game Summaries

2016 Week 17 vs NYG (6 / 5 / 40 / 1 rec)

Jordan Reed had one his more productive games in recent weeks as he seems a little healthier. Jordan totaled five catches and scored the game tying touchdown in the fourth quarter. The offense was inconsistent the entire game but it was clear Kirk wanted to get him more involved. Most of his catches came across the middle of the field and helped to move the chains. There were so many stalled drives he wasn't able to get in a flow but Kirk finally connected with him in the red zone. It was a simple slant where Jordan was able to use his large frame to shield the defender. He also uncharacteristically lost a fumble as Jordan is pretty good at taking care of the football. That is just another illustration of how bad the Washington offense played in this game.

2016 Week 15 vs CAR (1 / 1 / 6 / 0 rec)

Jordan Reed had one of his worst games of the year as he only recorded one catch before being ejected. It is clear he is still struggling with a separated shoulder so his production has dipped drastically. He also isn't playing his normal dose of snaps in each of the games he has been back from injury.

2016 Week 14 vs PHI (1 / 1 / 10 / 0 rec)

Jordan Reed wasn't fully healthy in this game and he was basically invisible. The combination of low volume passing, sloppy inaccurate passing, and Jordan's inability to fight off coverage due to his shoulder injury caused a disappointing outing. Jordan only recorded one reception for this game. He didn't play his normal amount of plays as well due to his injury so this is clearly an adjustment period for him. He will be playing though pain the rest of the year.

2016 Week 12 vs DAL (12 / 10 / 95 / 2 rec)

Jordan Reed had ten catches in this game and had it not been for injury could have been more. Jordan was virtually unstoppable across the middle of the field as he had his way with Dallas defenders. His longest reception went for thirty-three yards as he shook off two defenders after the catch going up field. Jordan had two of Kirk's three touchdown passes in this game. His first came in the third quarter on an out route from five yards away. The second touchdown came late in the fourth as Washington was attempting a comeback. It was good to see Kirk find Jordan in the red zone on both of his touchdowns. They have has some struggles lately getting on the same page in the red zone but this game they seem to recapture that connection. It wasn't hard to find him on the second touchdown as Jordan completely beat his defender in the back of the end zone for the score. Hopefully Jordan isn't suffering a serious shoulder injury because Kirk will need his most trusted target going down the stretch. Jordan's athleticism is difficult to matchup with as he constantly proved while getting open in this game. His ability after the catch is somewhat underrated as well as he can take a short pass and use his strength to drive forward or quick feet to dance past defenders.

2016 Week 11 vs GB (6 / 5 / 79 / 0 rec)

Jordan Reed had five catches on the day but was unable to find the end zone. He was great after the catch as Kirk found him open several times over the middle of the field. He was able to demonstrate excellent open field running as he constantly eluded several defenders. Jordan's longest catch went for twenty eight yards and the amount of attention he received made it hard to shake free (completely). He lined up all over different formations to get opportunities in the passing game but he was the top threat in Washington's passing attack therefore he was often corralled quickly by several defenders after the catch. Washington wasn't in the red zone much this game as many of their scores were further out. The red zone is where Jordan is most dangerous so there will be more chances for him to score in upcoming games.

2016 Week 10 vs MIN (4 / 2 / 41 / 0 rec)

Jordan Reed was held to two catches as he was often blanketed by two defenders all game. They weren't going to allow him to constantly make plays as he was basically the most dangerous option on the field (minus DeSean's absence). He couldn't find much space in the passing game.

2016 Week 8 vs CIN (13 / 9 / 99 / 1 rec)

Jordan Reed came back in a big way as he tied for the team high in receptions with nine. He was often taking advantage of the intermediate areas of the field as he constantly sat down in zone coverage to make himself available. They went man a few times and he usually made the Bengals pay. It was most notable when Jordan shook off his defender to catch a short pass to turn up field and score. It was from twenty-three yards out on a comeback route and he immediately turned to get up field with his supreme athleticism. His fourth quarter touchdown tied the game and showed how important he is in Washington's aerial attack.

2016 Week 5 vs BAL (11 / 8 / 53 / 0 rec)

Jordan Reed led the team in catches on the day but was second in yardage. Most of Jordan's production came on short throws as it was difficult to push the ball up the seam. Jordan's biggest play came on a sixteen yard gain but Kirk couldn't get him going. The Ravens paid close attention to Jordan and tried to limit him but showing two defenders most plays but they also kept everything in front of them. They didn't want Jordan getting behind the linebackers so they allowed underneath throws then rallied to the football. Washington was rarely in the red zone this game so Jordan's big play ability in that area wasn't available most of this game.

2016 Week 4 vs CLE (10 / 9 / 73 / 2 rec)

Jordan Reed led all pass catchers in this game with nine catches. This is the type of game many in Washington had been waiting for from him. He often won his matchups down the middle of the field and had room to operate. Cleveland made a concerted effort to limit DeSean Jackson on the outside which opened up things for Jordan. His longest reception went for twenty-six yards as he broke a tackle to spring free down the seam. Jordan's biggest contribution came in the red zone where he was terrific all of last season. Kirk found Jordan for two touchdowns in the red zone. One came on a slant route, and the other was a scramble to get open in the back of the end zone. If he can get back in sync with Kirk in this area Washington will become much more efficient in the red zone moving forward.

2016 Week 3 vs NYG (7 / 4 / 56 / 0 rec)

Jordan Reed was limited to four catches on the day as teams continue focusing on him as the number one offensive weapon for Washington. Jordan constantly sees double teams and bracket coverage because of his game breaking ability in the open field. As the offense continues to evolve and have others produce consistently Jordan's opportunities will come around. Tight coverage has slowed him down so far so Washington has to get more creative with Jordan's usage.

2016 Week 2 vs DAL (7 / 5 / 70 / 0 rec)

Jordan Reed didn't explode as many expected but his day was still productive. He had five catches with a long of twenty five but the red zone struggles are capping Jordan's impact. Kirk has looked for him several times in the red zone but the connection just isn't there yet. Jordan had three red zone targets in this game and they came up empty. It is encouraging to see that he is clearly the go-to guy in the scoring area but it would be nice if they got clicking soon.

2016 Week 1 vs PIT (11 / 7 / 64 / 0 rec)

Jordan Reed was often receiving bracket coverage as Pittsburgh's main objective was to not let him get loose. He had seven catches which is tops on the team for this game but Kirk had a difficult time finding him down the seam of the defense. Kirk actually threw his first interception targeting Jordan up the seam but Pittsburgh made sure not to allow the offense those throws. He had the second highest yardage total but no red zone looks for Washington's top receiving threat. The offense had a tough day overall for everyone involved.

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