Ed Reed

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Ed Reed | Baltimore Ravens | DB

2012 Experience: 11th Season

IDP Fantasy Football Outlook: Unless you’re in a big-play league, Ed Reed probably isn’t worth drafting at this point in his career. Maybe if you’re willing to trust he can make a big play against a team like the Browns, he’s worth the occasional play, but he just doesn’t do much in the way of tackles.

Tackles
Total Solo Sacks FF PD INT
2012 Projected Stats 55 41 0 1 12 5
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Summer of 2011: Fantasy Projections

Unless your in a heavy big play league, Ed Reed really isn’t even worth looking at as he’s still trying to get himself back to full health from his hip injury that cost him the first six games of last season and caused him to miss four games the year before. Don’t listen to those experts that try and sell you on his career play making abilities, because while he does still make turnovers, he just doesn’t give you the regular tackle numbers to be a weekly option.

This is clearly a player that can hurt your odds of winning if you just go with him because he’s a great name around the NFL, and not the greatest option for IDP leagues. At best Reed is worth looking at in big play leagues where you are forced to start a free safety position.

Tackles
Total Solo Sacks FF PD INT
2011 Projected Stats 48 39 0 2 14 6

2010 IDP Fantasy Football Outlook

Ed Reed talked about retiring this offseason but in the end he decided to come back and make another run for the Super Bowl. Look for Reed to probably begin the season on the PUP list and miss the first six games of the year as he recovers from health issues. This might be a good thing for the Ravens ball hawk as he should be healthier for the playoffs this year. Don’t draft Reed in you IDP league as he’s only worth a pickup before he comes back from his injury.

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