Jordan Reed is looking to be one of those what if injury players. His biggest downside is the constant injuries, which has led to him being inconsistent over the last few seasons. He has yet to play a full season in his career, but when healthy is a top end tight end. He was drafted out of Florida back in 2013, which was a year where Kelce came out as well. Reed has over 2,500 receiving yards and 22 touchdowns, but really should have so much more. At his age Reed is likely going to be dealing with more injuries that make him an unreliable fantasy target.