Crowder caught four of five targets for 26 yards in Monday night's 33-0 loss to the Patriots.
Crowder hauled in nearly everything thrown his way, but considering quarterback Sam Darnold passed for just 86 yards and four interceptions on 32 attempts, there was hardly any production to go around New York's receiving corps. Through six appearances, Crowder has topped 40 yards just twice and is yet to score. On the other hand, he's seen at least five targets all but one week and has gone for 99 and 98 yards in his respective good games. That contrast makes the veteran a tough commodity to project ahead of Sunday's game against the Jaguars.
Crowder caught six of nine targets for 98 yards in Sunday's 24-22 win over the Cowboys.
After turning 17 targets into 14 catches for 99 yards in the Jets' opener, Crowder saw his numbers tumble while Sam Darnold was sidelined with mono, but the QB made the former Washington wideout his top target once again in his return. Crowder figures to see strong volume the rest of the way as the possession complement to downfield threat Robby Anderson, but the entire Jets passing game faces a tough challenge Week 7 against the Patriots.
Crowder caught two of three targets for 10 yards in Sunday's 31-6 loss to Philadelphia.
Crowder caught 14 balls from Sam Darnold in Week 1, but he has just eight catches in three games since as Darnold has sat out with mononucleosis. The slot receiver isn't a viable option until Darnold returns, but that could happen as soon as New York's next game, a Week 6 meeting with the Cowboys.
Crowder caught two of five targets for 25 yards in Sunday's 30-14 loss to the Patriots.
The Jets produced fewer than 150 scrimmage yards in this one, so Crowder was far from the team's only offensive player to post a dud. He was fantastic with Sam Darnold under center in Week 1, but Crowder's not an advisable fantasy option until Darnold returns from mononucleosis. Hopefully that will happen in Week 5 after New York's Week 4 bye.
Crowder corralled four of six targets for 40 yards during Monday's 23-3 loss to Cleveland.
Crowder came back to earth after a supremely bizarre, yet lucrative Week 1 in fantasy, becoming the first player in NFL history with 14-plus receptions and fewer than 100 receiving yards in a single game. His Week 2 performance more resembled his typical per-game output during his Redskins days, but the absence of Sam Darnold (illness) likely negatively impacted the Jets' ability to produce gains in the passing game and sustain drives. Up next, Crowder and the Gang Green receiving corps will face a New England pass defense that is yet to permit an 80-yard receiver this season.
Crowder caught 14 of 17 targets for 99 yards and added a four-yard rush in Sunday's 17-16 loss to Buffalo.
Crowder was the only Jets receiver able to get going in this one, accounting for half of quarterback Sam Darnold's completions and more than half of Darnold's yards. The shifty slot receiver has emerged as a major part of his new team's offense heading into a Week 2 showdown with the Browns.
Crowder caught one of two targets for eight yards in Saturday's 28-13 preseason loss to the Saints.
The starting offense played almost the entire first half, but Crowder didn't get much attention from quarterback Sam Darnold. Crowder and Darnold have by all accounts shown excellent chemistry in practice and connected for a touchdown earlier in the preseason, so the slot receiver's role should expand once the regular season rolls around.
Crowder caught both of his targets for 31 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's preseason opener against the Giants.
Crowder showed strong chemistry with quarterback Sam Darnold right off the bat, turning upfield on a short pass for a 28-yard gain before capping the opening drive with a three-yard touchdown on a pick play. Despite his diminutive stature, the shifty slot receiver has been an effective red-zone weapon in the past, scoring seven touchdowns in 2016 as a member of the Redskins. If the starting offense's lone drive in this one is any indication, Crowder could be utilized often in close by his new team as well.
Crowder, who was forced out of practice Monday due to a foot injury, has been cleared to practice Wednesday,Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Crowder, who had his left foot examined by trainers after exiting Monday's practice, was then slated to undergo an MRI. Evidently, the results were favorable, and the 26-year-old can now resume his quest to lock down the role as the Jets' primary slot man, while Robby Anderson and Quincy Enunwa handle the team's outside wideout duties.
Crowder, who was forced out of Monday's practice after having his left foot looked at by trainers, is slated to undergo an MRI, Matt Stypulkoski of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
The Jets signed Crowder to man the slot and provide a complement to outside wideouts Robby Anderson and Quincy Enunwa. It's a role he handled capably during his stint with Washington, though injuries limited Crowder's 2018 campaign to nine games and 29 catches. During the 26-year-old's yet to be determined time off the field, Deontay Burnett figures to see added slot reps in practice.
Crowder left Monday's practice with an apparent left ankle/foot injury, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Crowder reportedly has looked good in the early days of training camp, including a 40-yard touchdown catch Monday just a few minutes before he got hurt. An injury to his other ankle led to seven absences last season with the Redskins, but he played 47 of 48 possible games his first three years in the NFL. Crowder's three-year, $28.5 million contract includes $17 million fully guaranteed.
Jets coach Adam Gase said he expects Crowder to catch 70-to-90 passes, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports. "[Crowder]'s a downfield threat," Gase said Tuesday. "We've never had a guy that can really juice it up like he can."
While it's probably a stretch to label the prized offseason acquisition as a downfield threat, Gase is accurate in his assertion that Crowder is more explosive than a typical slot receiver. The 2015 fourth-round pick produced 11.9 yards per catch and 8.0 per target in 56 games for Washington, albeit with just 14 touchdowns among 221 receptions (6.3 percent TD rate). It won't come as any surprise if Crowder responds with a career-best season after signing a three-year, $28.5 million contract that includes $17 million guaranteed, but he does have serious competition for targets playing alongside running back Le'Veon Bell, tight end Chris Herndon and wide receivers Robby Anderson and Quincy Enunwa. With no truly dominant pass catcher among the bunch, Sam Darnold figures to spread the ball around in his second pro season.
Crowder is closing in on a deal with the Jets, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Looking to bounce back from an injury-plagued 2018 campaign, Crowder will man the slot in New York while Robby Anderson and Quincy Enunwa take most of the snaps outside. None of the bunch is proven as a true No. 1 target, but they're each useful players with vastly different skill sets. Crowder's career marks of 11.9 yards per catch and 8.0 per target are excellent by the standards of a slot specialist. His fantasy value largely hinges on the continued development of quarterback Sam Darnold, who came on strong at the end of his rookie campaign.
Crowder finished the 2018 campaign with 29 catches for 388 yards and two touchdowns on 49 targets in nine games.
The 2015 fourth-round pick played 15 or 16 games in each of his first three seasons, catching 59, 67 and 66 passes while primarily working the slot. His role didn't change in 2018, but he struggled to find chemistry with Alex Smith (leg) early in the season, then missed seven consecutive games with an ankle injury. By the time Crowder made it back into the lineup, Colt McCoy (leg) had taken over at quarterback, soon to be followed by Mark Sanchez and eventually Josh Johnson. Now scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent, Crowder should be one of the more attractive options at his position, boasting a 67.2 percent career catch rate with 8.0 yards per target. He still has some breakout appeal ahead of his age-26 season, though it may require a change of scenery if the Redskins can't figure out their quarterback situation. Even if the breakout never happens, Crowder should find his way back toward his 2016-17 level of contribution.
Crowder (wrist) practiced fully Thursday.
Crowder quickly ditched a wrist injury that capped his practice reps Wednesday. With the issue behind him, he can take aim at an Eagles defense that has given up 8.4 YPT and 17 touchdowns to wide receivers this season.
Crowder was limited at Wednesday's practice due to a wrist injury, Les Carpenter of The Washington Post reports.
Crowder spent the meat of the 2018 campaign in recovery mode as a result of an ankle issue, but the fourth-year wide receiver has connected with whoever has been under center for the Redskins the past four games, hauling in 15 of his 22 targets for 247 yards and one touchdown. Assuming he's active Sunday against the Eagles, he should serve as Josh Johnson's No. 1 option with Jordan Reed (foot) a long shot to play and Maurice Harris and Vernon Davis both embedded in the concussion protocol.
Crowder had five catches (seven targets) for 78 yards in Saturday's 25-16 loss to Tennessee.
Crowder continues to be Josh Johnson's favorite target, resulting in two fantasy-relevant stat lines in the three games with the Redskins' recent quarterback. The 25-year-old has proven to be a reliable PPR option over the previous three seasons, but Johnson's inaccurate arm makes Crowder a risky play against the Eagles, even with the recent uptick in production and soft matchup.
Crowder caught four of six targets for 46 yards in Sunday's 16-13 win over Jacksonville.
Crowder was easily Washington's top receiver, as none of his teammates eclipsed 20 receiving yards. His 33-yard reception on 3rd-and-15 helped set up Jeremy Sprinkle's game-tying touchdown reception. The entire Redskins passing game will likely remain limited against the Titans in Week 16 with Josh Johnson under center, but Crowder is the best fantasy pick of the bunch.
Crowder (ankle) was a full participant in Thursday's practice, Daniel Popper of The Athletic reports.
Crowder's return to full activity should clear up any lingering concern that he may have suffered a setback with the ankle injury that sidelined him for seven games before he suited up in the last two contests. The wideout caught two of seven targets for 87 yards and a touchdown in the Week 14 loss to the Giants and could draw more volume in the passing game Sunday in Jacksonville with top tight end Jordan Reed (toe) and fellow starting receiver Josh Doctson (concussion) both seemingly trending toward sitting out.
Crowder (ankle) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, Daniel Popper of The Athletic reports.
Crowder may have suffered a minor aggravation to his ankle during Sunday's 40-16 loss to the Giants. He caught two of seven targets for 87 yards and a touchdown in his second game back from a lengthy absence due to the same injury, turning a short pass into a 79-yard score in garbage time. Assuming he continues to practice in some capacity, Crowder should be fine for a difficult matchup at Jacksonville in Week 15, working with Josh Johnson as the starting quarterback.
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