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WR Reynolds didn't drop one catchable throw

February 10, 2019 08:39AM
I thot Reynolds played very very well for us and is a very good #2 WR.
Maybe a team will get desperate and throw a 2nd or 3rd rounder at us for him.


When Cooper Kupp went down with a torn ACL in Week 10, the Los Angeles Rams had a huge void to fill. They didn’t have another true slot receiver on the roster, nor a player of Kupp’s caliber.

Josh Reynolds was fourth on the depth chart at the time, and while he didn’t become the Rams’ slot receiver, he did step up as a starter outside. His arrival pushed Robert Woods into the slot more, allowing the Rams to stick with their three-receiver looks on nearly every snap.

Reynolds finished the season with 29 catches for 402 yards and five touchdowns in eight starts, which doesn’t include his eight catches for 121 yards in the playoffs. Those 29 receptions may not seem like a lot, but he didn’t see many catchable passes thrown his way.

According to Pro Football Focus, of his 49 targets, only 29 were catchable.
He caught every single one, never dropping a pass.


Reynolds didn't drop one catchable throw....that's pretty amazing.

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