“Even when he might have been a little dinged up, he was still running good routes,” HC Jay Gruden said. “For whatever reason, he didn’t get the balls targeted to him as much as he should. The more he gets targeted, the more Jamison is going to make plays because he makes plays when he’s covered and when he’s not covered.”
“It’s always a good sign for me to be healthy,” Crowder said. “I’m just trying to continue to get better. Despite the season, I feel like I’ve been having, I’m just trying to go out and finish up the season strong.”
Crowder's season didn't get off to a strong start, but his production has picked up in the last three games he played, averaging 8 targets, 6.66 receptions, and 90 yards during that span.
With Jordan Reed and Terrelle Pryor being non-factors, and the team now having lost Chris Thompson for the season, Crowder should be even more involved in the Washington offense going forward. And he should be a factor in today's game against the Giants, where we have him ranked as a top-24 WR in both standard and PPR formats.