Landry caught three of four targets for 57 yards and a touchdown while rushing twice for 54 yards and a touchdown and throwing an incomplete pass in Sunday's 26-20 win over Carolina.
Landry accounted for both of Cleveland's first-half touchdowns, first on a three-yard run and then on a 51-yard reception. He also had a 51-yard rush, making the most of his few touches. After being held below 100 scrimmage yards for eight consecutive games, Landry's now eclipsed that mark in back-to-back weeks ahead of a Week 15 meeting with Denver.
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 whole 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.
Landry secured two of five targets for 22 yards during Sunday's 28-16 win over the Falcons.
Landry's five targets not only marked a season low, but it was his smallest total since the 2016 campaign when he was targeted four times on Dec. 16. The 25-year-old's production has drastically dipped over the past three weeks, due to Baker Mayfield targeting him less and less. Landry has totaled just 12 targets the past two games after seeing 27 the previous two. Fantasy owners are hoping Cleveland's coaches figure out a way to get Landry more involved when the Browns return from their bye Week 12. However, if that fails to come to fruition, Landry will be hard to trust for consistent production in most fantasy formats.
Landry hauled in six of seven targets for 50 yards during Sunday's 37-21 loss to the Chiefs.
Landry -- who typically leads the Browns in targets on a weekly basis -- finished behind Duke Johnson in that category. After a breakout campaign in 2017, Landry hasn't been the same player thus far with the Browns.The 25-year-old wideout has just two touchdown receptions, which is a far cry from the nine he had with the Dolphins a season ago. If Johnson continues to take targets away, it could ultimately cause a disappointing finish for Landry.
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