Last season Jordan Reed was on my “do not draft list” — a rather short list that I really try to avoid putting players on. But with his obvious injury risk, his 5.05 ADP was just more than I was willing to pay. Considering he only played in six games during 2017, my decision to add him to my fantasy football blacklist would appear justified. With a much lower ADP this year, he looks like a good bounce-back candidate. Cort Smith already provided an excellent look at the reasons to draft Reed in 2018. However, even this year’s biggest Reed fans (like me) should be aware of the significant downside risks.
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