Jamison Crowder NFL Stats
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A quality slot receiver and return man last year, Crowder heads into 2017 as the only experienced incumbent among the Washington receivers. However, the Redskins brought in athletic freak Terrelle Pryor and get last year's first-rounder Josh Doctson back from an Achilles injury. Moreover, TE Jordan Reed has been the team's go-to target, particularly in the red zone, whenever he's healthy. Even so, the 5-8, 182-pound Crowder will be left to work the short and intermediate areas of the field, using his exceptional quickness and route running to get open. Crowder -- 4.56 40 -- isn't fast, but he has excellent vision and is dangerous in space. While Crowder saw 17 red-zone looks last year, expect those to decline with the massive Pryor and 6-2 Doctson now in the fold. There's a decent chance Crowder pads his stats with a return TD, however.
The 2015 fourth-rounder had a productive rookie season, catching 59 passes for 604 yards and two touchdowns. Besides his five catches for 109 yards and a touchdown in Week 17 against the Cowboys, Crowder's play was slightly stronger in first half of the season when DeSean Jackson was injured and he was thrust into the second receiver role. While Crowder enters 2016 looking to build on his promising first campaign, he will have to compete for looks with starters Pierre Garcon and Jackson, along with 2016 first-round pick Josh Doctson.
The 2015 fourth-rounder pick out of Duke appears on track to replace Andre Roberts as Washington's top punt returner, plus he could end up handling kick return duties as well. Where Crowder could carve out fantasy utility as a rookie is if he is able to supplant Roberts as the the team's top slot wideout. GM Scot McCloughan has suggested that Crowder could eventually be up to the task, thanks to the 5-foot-8, 185-pounder's "excellent" route-running ability. That said, Roberts' pro experience presumably allows him to maintain an initial edge for the assignment, with DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon entrenched as the team's top outside wideouts.