Landry was held out of the end zone for the third straight game, but nearly cracked the century mark. He caught eight of his 11 targets for 99 yards, averaging 12.4 yards per grab. He has 71 receptions for 672 yards and five touchdowns on the year.
Miami will host the Vikings in Week 16.
Landry did not record a touchdown. The six receptions were Landry’s fewest since catching five passes Nov. 13.
The Dolphins play at New England Week 15.
In Week 13 against the Jets Monday,
The Dolphins like the spread the ball around, and don't really have a traditional No. 1 receiver as a result. Entering Week 13, Wallace had played just 74.3 percent of the team's offense snaps, while Hartline led the way with 80.3 percent and Landry and Gibson came in at 58.7 and 41.4 percent. On any given week, any one of these four receivers can find the end zone or rack up decent yardage totals, but it's awfully hard to rely on any of them with the Fantasy playoffs looming.
He'll play the Ravens in Week 14.
Landry scored from 5 and 1 yards out, giving him four touchdowns in the red zone in the last four games. He was the team's most targeted player overall, with 11 of Ryan Tannehill's 36 passes going his way, and he hauled in seven of them for 50 yards to lead the team.
Landry has yet to put together a big yardage game, but he has been consistently productive out of the slot recently, totaling between 46 and 53 yards in each of the last four games. Any Fantasy value he might have right now is tied to his ability to get into the end zone, which might not be sustainable, so continue to view him as a low-end Fantasy option overall.
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