The 2015 season served as the breakout year for tight end Jordan Reed, as the the third-year pro caught 11 touchdowns and nearly 1,000 yards in 14 games.
Jordan Reed is evolving into one of the best tight ends in football. He is too big for most defensive backs to cover and way to quick to be handles by a linebacker.
It’s been a while since a tight end has done much damage to the Packers’ pass defense. But they have not faced one quite as good as Jordan Reed lately.
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Green Bay has succeeded in slowing down opposing tight ends this season, but Redskins coach Jay Gruden points out the Packers haven't played Jordan Reed.