Who will be the Redskins' top receiver?

April, 6, 2014
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The Washington Redskins last week added former Eagle DeSean Jackson to their wide receiver corps. Along with Pierre Garcon, who led the NFL with 113 catches 2013, this brings the Redskins into the debate about top wide receiver tandems in the NFL.

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Who will lead the Washington Redskins in receptions in 2014?

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Discuss (Total votes: 7,066)

The Mike Shanahan/Kyle Shanahan offense was designed with Garcon in mind as its leading receiver. They signed him as a free agent in 2012 thinking he fit them perfectly, and once healthy in 2013, he proved them right. But with Jay Gruden replacing Shanahan, the offense is likely to change, and assuming Garcon leads the league in catches again could be a stretch.

So I put it to you, Redskins fans: Who do you think will lead the Redskins in catches in 2014? Garcon again? New addition Jackson? Tight end Jordan Reed, who looked so great before his injuries set in late in 2013? Fellow new addition Andre Roberts? Cast your vote.

Dan Graziano

ESPN New York Giants reporter

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