Smitty’s Take: Turning 28 in a couple days, Jordan Reed still could have at least 1-2 elite years left (that is if he can stay on the field, something he’s struggled with his entire career). Missing 10 games last year, and 4 the previous season, Reed is not a strong bet to play even 10-12 games during any given season; however, his current ADP is in the 8th- to 9th-round range, so he is easily worth taking a chance on in hopes he remains healthy. When on the field, and healthy, he is fully capable of 900 yards on 60-70 receptions, all while scoring and 6-9TDs. Alex Smith, the team’s new passer, should look his way a ton right out of the gate in 2018.

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