Landry caught all eight of his targets for 46 yards and had two touchdown receptions in Monday night's 27-20 win over the Patriots.
Landry did his usual work on underneath routes, but Monday's display also included him scoring twice for the first time since October of 2015. Trailing only Antonio Brown in receptions, Landry caught a pass in the flat before powering through a defender for a five-yard touchdown during the second quarter. Then, in the second half, he was uncovered in the end zone for a four-yard score. In doing so, Landry's touchdown total (eight) this season now matches that of his previous two campaigns combined. For someone that's topped 65 yards just four times through 13 games, that newfound scoring punch has made Landry a more well-rounded fantasy contributor, boosting his already-impressive stock.
Landry brought in five of six targets for 62 yards in Sunday's 35-9 win over the Broncos.
While Landry didn't seen anywhere near his usual target volume, he almost fully capitalized on his opportunities, posting a catch rate of more than 80 percent for the second consecutive week. The fourth-year pro saw Kenny Stills outpace him in looks by an ample amount Sunday, but given Landry's typically robust role in the offense, that development can likely be considered an outlier. Factoring in his Week 13 production, Landry now has at least 80 receptions in each of the first four seasons of his career. He'll look to continue producing in a divisional showdown against the Patriots in Week 14.
Landry (knee) doesn't carry an injury designation heading into Sunday's game against the Broncos, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
Landry was a full participant in Friday's practice, clearing up any concern about his availability for the Week 13 matchup. While Landry has been a go-to option this season for both of the Miami quarterbacks that have started games (Jay Cutler and Matt Moore), he could have more difficultly than normal translating his high volume of targets into useful production Sunday. It's expected that Landry will be shadowed for much of the contest by the Broncos' main slot corner, Chris Harris, a three-time Pro Bowler who has been thrown at 35 times this season and has allowed just 19 completions, according to Pro Football Focus.
Landry (knee) was limited at Thursday's practice.
We'll revisit Landry's status no later than Friday to get a better handle on whether his limitations Thursday were maintenance-related, or indicative of a setback, but at this stage we'd still expect the wideout -- who practiced fully Wednesday -- to be a go Sunday against the Broncos.
Landry grabbed eight of nine targets for 70 yards in Sunday's 35-17 loss to the Patriots. He also fumbled once but recovered.
Landry paced the Dolphins in both catches and receiving yards, bringing his totals to 14 receptions for 165 yards over the last pair of contests. The fourth-year wideout continues to benefit from one of the most reliable target shares of any receiver in the NFL, already having logged eight games with double-digit looks this season and having seen no fewer than seven in any contest. Landry continues to be a PPR superstar and ultra-reliable cash game play in DFS contests, a trend that should continue despite a tough matchup against the Broncos' secondary in Week 13.
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