If Alex Smith isn't going to throw the ball into the end zone a little more often, Jordan Reed (0 end-zone targets this year) might not see his fantasy numbers come back up. pic.twitter.com/ICh7nSzlTX— PFF Fantasy Football (@PFF_Fantasy) October 26, 2018
Tight ends, by nature, usually cater more to short yardage plays and that seems to be the case here with Reed. If Smith and the Redkins' offense can't make an effective change then Reed will continue to struggle from a fantasy perspective. Reed has only scored double-digit points once this year and it came in Week 1 when he had that lone touchdown.
Reed is currently ranked as the 14th tight end in PPR scoring leagues. A guy with all the talent in the world will either have to start making more plays to get himself into the end zone or see a change in play-calling to reach his full fantasy potential.
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