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  • "Look at the moves from the tight end position," NBC analyst Cris Collinsworth said after Reed's first catch of the Dallas game, an 11-yard reception on a third-and-7 play on the Redskins' first possession. "Ultimately, because of all the option stuff that the Redskins do, you're going to get some man coverage. So they went out looking for a tight end [in the draft] that could win those battles. You saw some of the quickness there. This young man is going to make a difference on this team."

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  • "I don't think Peyton Manning falls in love with anybody," NBC analyst Cris Collinsworth said. "I think he falls in love with the single coverage. And when you've got four guys that can win on a consistent basis he's just going to find the single coverage and let them win."

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