Landry hauled in five of his nine targets for 102 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 26-24 loss to the Ravens. Landry capped the season on a strong note, recording at least 100 receiving yards for only the second time since Week 3. The highlight of his performance came on a 48-yard play that resulted in his fourth touchdown reception of the campaign. While his catch rate dipped from previous seasons, Landry maintained a strong target share and also averaged at least 12 yards per reception over the course of a season for only the second time in his career. With Cleveland's quarterback situation now clearly settled, Landry should continue to put up strong numbers as the team's likely leading receiver in 2019.
Landry hauled in four of eight targets for 47 yards, adding six rushing yards and a 63-yard pass to Breshad Perriman during Sunday's 26-18 win against the Bengals. The 26-year-old wideout was rock solid and reliable to start the season, exceeding 65 receiving yards or delivering a touchdown in four of his first five outings of 2018. However, he's only been able to repeat the feat in three of the subsequent 10 games. Landry has been wholly inconsistent down the stretch, scoring just one touchdown since Week 8, and posting just as many double-digit PPR outings (three) as performances with fewer than seven points over Cleveland's past six showings. Due to a monstrous workload of 9.3 targets per game, it seems like a matter of time until Landry breaks out. But that remains unlikely to happen in Week 17, considering the Browns wrap up the season against Baltimore's top-five pass defense (199 yards allowed per game).
Landry corralled three of eight targets for 37 yards during Saturday's 17-16 win over the Broncos. Landry's 37 receiving yards may not seem like much at first glance, but it was enough to lead the Browns. Baker Mayfield threw for only 188 yards on 18 completions, as receptions were hard to come by against the Broncos secondary. Landry is still seeing a healthy amount of targets week in and week out, though he's not doing much with them. He has three catches or fewer in four of his last five contests. Next Sunday's game against the Bengals should prove an easy matchup, though, meaning a big performance could be on Landry's horizon.
Landry caught six of nine targets for 103 yards in Sunday's 29-13 loss to Houston. Landry accounted for 45 of quarterback Baker Mayfield's 46 first-half passing yards. He remained productive in the second half as the entire Cleveland passing game picked things up dramatically, and the former Dolphins wide receiver ended up leading his new team in yardage on the day. This was a welcome bounce-back performance for Landry, who had been held to 50 yards or fewer in each of the previous four games. He'll look to build on this effort when the Panthers come to town in Week 14.
Landry corralled three catches on five targets for 30 yards in Sunday's 35-20 win over the Bengals. Though Landry tied for the team lead with five targets, his 30 receiving yards ranked fourth on the Browns, who won for the second straight time. The speedy wideout has averaged 35.3 yards through his last four games and has combined for just 17 targets over his last three outings after having been peppered with passes prior to that. Game flows have factored in on that front, so perhaps Landry will be needed more often in Week 13, when the Browns take on Texans, who have reeled off eight straight wins.
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