The Facts: It's still early, and maybe this isn't really a revelation, but despite new pieces on the outside, it is evident Crowder and Jordan Reed remain the favorite targets of quarterback Kirk Cousins, particularly in the clutch.
Diehards Line:Running the two-minute drill during Tuesday's mini-camp session, Cousins at one point completed eight straight passes while marching his team downfield. He checked down to Crowder four times and hit Reed three more times and wide receiver Maurice Harris once. Sure, Cousins has some big targets at wide receiver, but Crowder and Reed do such a good job of getting open on those routes underneath and over the middle. Reed caught two touchdown passes. Once on a 30-yard strike down the middle of the field and once on a 10-yard pass on fourth down. As the Post wrote: "Rest easy. I’m sure there will be plenty of fade routes to Terrelle Pryor and Josh Doctson eventually. But it’s clear Cousins has that level of comfort with Reed and Crowder when he needs to get the ball out of his hands quickly and with pressure coming."