Landry recorded four tackles and a sack in Sunday's 33-17 loss to the Colts.
Landry showcased his ability to get to the quarterback again in Week 17 and closed his rookie campaign with 4.5 sacks. Though he was limited to only 44 tackles overall, he'll have the chance to make a bigger impact in his second season as a pro. That will result from his chance to progress both physically and mentally, as well as veteran Brian Orakpo's retirement, which clears the way for Landry to see the field more regularly.
Landry recorded three tackles, a sack and a tackle for loss in Saturday's 25-16 win over Washington.
Landry got to the quarterback for the first time since Week 12 despite seeing a season-low 10 snaps. He now has 3.5 sacks on the campaign, a good effort for his rookie season. Landry could be set for an increased role heading into 2019 with Derrick Morgan set to hit free agency.
Landry recorded four tackles and a sack in Monday's 28-14 win over the Cowboys.
Landry bounced off two blockers to record a key sack that forced the Cowboys to punt midway through the fourth quarter. He now has two sacks for the season. However, he remains mostly a pass-rushing specialist, as he has failed to record more than four tackles in a game this season.
Landry recorded four tackles, a sack, forced fumble and a tackle for loss Week 4 against the Eagles.
Landry had an impactful first-career sack, stripping Carson Wentz of the ball early in the fourth quarter. That led to a Titans' field goal, and served as an important turning point in the team's Week 4 victory. Landry hasn't been on the field frequently -- he had just 27 and 35 snaps in Weeks 2 and 3 respectively -- but has shown the ability to get to the quarterback even in limited opportunity.
Landry (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against the Texans.
Landry was a full participant in practice earlier this week after sitting out Week 1. He'll operate as a backup in his regular season debut.
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