Jarvis Landry enters his third season in the NFL looking to have a breakout campaign with the Dolphins and build off what he's done through his first two years. He had 111 catches for 1,159 yards and four touchdowns in 2015, with his reception total good for a third-place tie with DeAndre Hopkins and behind only Antonio Brown and Julio Jones. He also had 166 targets, which was No. 6 among receivers, and he finished as the No. 19 Fantasy receiver in standard leagues. His stats went up from his rookie campaign when he had 84 catches for 758 yards and five touchdowns, and we hope he continues to improve this season. Landry will remain a favorite target for Ryan Tannehill, and he should be around 100 catches and 1,100 yards again. If he can find the end zone a little more frequently his value could skyrocket, especially in PPR leagues. DeVante Parker's emergence could hinder Landry, but we still consider him a high-end No. 3 receiver in standard leagues and a solid No. 2 option in PPR formats.
Landry secured six of 11 targets for 72 yards in Sunday's 20-10 victory over the Patriots. The 23-year-old received double-digit targets for the fourth straight week, and finished the season with a whopping 165 looks from Ryan Tannehill. He impressively converted 110 of those into receptions, which netted 1157 yards. Landry is undoubtedly one of the best short-to-intermediate receivers in the NFL, while also ranking favorably in the yards-after-catch category. With a new coaching staff--and with it, a new offensive system--on its way to South Florida, Landry should nevertheless continue as one of the focal points of the Dolphins' aerial attack.
Landry (knee) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Patriots. Landry is good to go Sunday and in line to see his share of looks in the Dolphins' passing offense in the team's season finale, after having been targeted 39 times (which turned into 26 catches) over his last three outings.
Landry (knee) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Patriots, the Miami Herald's Adam Beasley reports. While the Dolphins have been managing Landry's practice reps of late, he'll be good to go Sunday and in line for his share of looks in the team's Week 17 offense, after having been targeted 39 times (resulting in 26 catches) over his last three games.
Landry (knee) remained limited at practice Thursday, the Miami Herald's Adam Beasley reports. Landry, who has racked up 104 catches for 1,085 yards and four TDs through 15 games, figures to be listed as probable for Sunday's season finale against the Patriots. Landry, who is the first player in Dolphins history to record 100 receptions in a season, was named the co-winner of the team's Dan Marino Most Valuable Player Award, along with safety Reshad Jones, per the Palm Beach Post.
Landry (knee) was limited at practice Wednesday. The Dolphins have been managing Landry's practice reps of late, but with no reported setbacks in Week 16, we'd expect the wideout -- who has been targeted 39 times over his last three games -- to be fine for Sunday's game against the Patriots.
|* indicates player did not play that week|
|WK||DATE||OPP||OPP RANK||OPP FPTS|
|2||09/18||@New England Patriots||22||23.78|
|9||11/06||New York Jets||19||22.75|
|10||11/13||@San Diego Chargers||4||18.38|
|11||11/20||@Los Angeles Rams||6||18.50|
|12||11/27||San Francisco 49ers||18||22.38|
|15||12/18||@New York Jets||19||22.75|
|17||01/01||New England Patriots||22||23.78|
|3 Year Avg||139||98||958||4||54||9.78||124|