|Date of Birth:||11/28/1992|
|Drafted:||2014 | Round 2 | Pick 63|
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Jarvis Landry goes for 5/102/1 in season finale.
Landry led the team in all receiving categories (including targets with nine), and his diving catch in the fourth quarter helped set up Cleveland with a chance to win the game before C.J. Mosley's game-ending interception. In his first year as Brown, Landry caught 81 passes for 976 yards and four touchdowns. Perhaps the team adding a top-end No. 1 receiver on the outside will help Landry out in 2019, but he will probably be overvalued in an offense that likes to spread the ball around with Baker Mayfield under center.
Jarvis Landry shows off arm in win over the Bengals.
Landry caught four passes for 47 yards, rushed once for six yards, and uncorked a 63-yard bomb to Breshad Perriman on his only pass attempt. The receiving numbers haven't been there for Landry as he carries a 74/874/3 line into the season finale, but Cleveland has played with a ton of fire, and they will look to get over .500 next week and bring the momentum into 2019. The 26-year-old will be a capped-ceiling FLEX against Baltimore next Sunday.
Jarvis Landry caught three passes for 37 yards in Saturday night's win over the Broncos.
Landry actually led the team in receiving on eight targets, but the passing attack didn't get much going in a tough environment. Still, it was enough to come away with a win and improve to 6-7-1 for the Browns, and they will look to really thrust themselves into the playoff race with a win against the Bengals next Sunday. Landry had just three receptions for 30 yards in Cincinnati last month, so he remains just a FLEX option.
Jarvis Landry does it all in win over the Panthers.
Landry caught three passes for 57 yards and a touchdown, also adding two carries for 54 yards and a score. He even got to throw a pass to Nick Chubb in the end zone, but it was incomplete. The first score was a three-yard run on the game's opening possession, and he had another rush for 51 yards later in the game on a similar misdirection play. The highlight, though, was a 51-yard touchdown catch in double coverage that Baker Mayfield dropped in between two defenders. The matchup will be tougher next week in Denver, but Landry gets a boost with Chris Harris Jr. (leg) out.
Jarvis Landry goes over 100 yards in loss to the Texans.
Landry caught six-of-nine targets for 103 yards in a 29-13 loss. It was the first time Cleveland's top receiver had a 100-yard game since Baker Mayfield took over as the starter, but he's still on pace for just 88 receptions and less than 1,000 yards this season. Landry will remain a capped-ceiling FLEX option down the stretch, including next week against the Panthers.
Jarvis Landry catches three passes against Cincinnati.
Landry gained 30 yards on his three receptions in the Browns' Week 12 win. Landry's five targets tied for the team lead, but he was unable to join the touchdown party in a game four Browns players caught touchdowns from Baker Mayfield. The switch to Mayfield as the starter surprisingly hasn't been good for Landry's fantasy value, and he's just an uninspiring FLEX option right now.
Jarvis Landry bottled up in Week 10 win.
Landry caught two-of-five targets for just 22 yards in a 28-16 victory, and it's worth noting that Baker Mayfield's only incompletions on the day came on throws to his slot receiver. Perhaps the bye week will help the two get on the same page, but as feared when the rookie took over, Landry is the only pass-catcher for the Browns to have his fantasy value negatively impacted by Tyrod Taylor leaving the lineup. He's a low-upside FLEX option for Week 12 against the Bengals.
Jarvis Landry catches six passes against the Chiefs.
Landry was targeted seven times in the Browns' Week 9 loss, gaining 50 yards on his six receptions. Landry remains a stronger option in PPR leagues than standard leagues in his first season in Cleveland, but he'll look to have a big game overall next week against the Falcons.
Jarvis Landry catches eight passes in Browns' loss.
It was a high-volume, low efficiency outing we've seen from Landry a lot throughout his career, as he caught eight passes (on 12 targets) for 39 yards against the Steelers. Through half the season, Landry is on pace for 98 receptions, 1,056 yards, and four touchdowns. Landry will look to start a bigger second half next week agains the Chiefs.
Jarvis Landry sees 15 targets in Week 7 loss.
Landry caught ten passes for 97 yards, including a game-tying touchdown reception from 16 yards away in an eventual 26-23 overtime defeat. The Browns didn't get much of anything going in the first half, but Baker Mayfield kept connecting with Landry over the final 30 minutes, and hopefully that will continue as Cleveland (2-4-1) looks to turn their season around. Pittsburgh will likely give plenty of attention to Landry next Sunday, but he remains a solid WR2 option with a boost towards WR1 territory in PPR leagues.
Jarvis Landry catches two passes in Week 6.
Landry was shut down by the Chargers, who limited him to 11 yards on his two receptions (nine targets) in Cleveland's blowout loss. It was an uncharacteristic performance from the normally high-floor receiver, but he'll look to bounce back against the Bucs in Week 7.
Jarvis Landry catches five passes against the Ravens.
Landry was targeted ten times in the Week 5 win, gaining 69 yards on his five receptions. His 69 yards tied the team lead for the game. Landry is making more big plays in the intermediate-to-deep parts of the field this season, and he faces the Chargers next weekend.
Jarvis Landry scores in loss to the Raiders.
Landry caught four passes for 34 yards, including a two-yard catch in the corner of the end zone for his first touchdown of the year. If there's someone that is negatively impacted by Baker Mayfield, it's probably Landry because the No. 1 overall pick doesn't usually lock onto a target, but he should remain the focal point of the passing attack and has a real shot of reaching his 96/1,248/4 pace through four weeks. It will be fun to see him do battle with a stout Baltimore secondary next Sunday.
Jarvis Landry catches eight passes for 103 yards in Cleveland's first win since 2016.
Landry also completed a pass to Baker Mayfield on a two-point conversion. The productive slot receiver didn't have the cleanest game in the world with a drop, another pass that he could have caught go off his extended hands, and an unnecessary block in the back that wiped out a game-winning touchdown (Cleveland ended up scoring anyway), but he was unsurprisingly the clear focal point of the passing attack. Landry gets a slight boost with Baker Mayfield under center as an upgrade for the entire offense, and he looks like a weekly WR2 in standard leagues and a borderline WR1 in PPR leagues.
Jarvis Landry (knee) is officially active for Week 3.
Even on a short week, it would have been a major surprise if Landry was inactive for tonight against the Jets. Landry will be a big part of the offense as he looks to help the Browns get their first win since 2016. Consider him a WR2 this week.
Jarvis Landry (knee) is listed as questionable for Thursday night's game against the Jets.
Landry is expected to play, but fantasy owners should have their backup plans ready just in case the Browns decide to keep him out on a short week. If he does indeed suit up, Landry should be a target monster with Josh Gordon now in New England, so we would consider him a solid WR2 in standard leagues with a boost in PPR formats.
Jarvis Landry catches five passes in Week 2.
Landry was targeted seven times against the Saints, gaining 69 yards on his five receptions. The good news is Landry is locked in as Cleveland's top receiver with Josh Gordon on his way out the door. Landry faces the Jets this Thursday to kickoff Week 3.
Jarvis Landry goes over 100 yards in Browns debut.
Landry caught seven passes for 106 yards, accounting for about half of Cleveland's passing game production in a 21-21 tie. The former Dolphin will probably be negatively impacted when Josh Gordon starts playing a full compliment of snaps, but he could remain the preferred fantasy option (even in standard leagues) if Todd Haley continues to focus the game plan on him. Landry should be a low-end WR2/FLEX option with a boost in PPR formats next week against New Orleans.
Jarvis Landry is signing a long-term extension with the Browns, according to multiple reports.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport says it's a five-year, $75.5 million deal for the former Dolphins receiver. After Cleveland acquired Landry from the Dolphins last month, an extension was fully expected at some point—but it's surprising to see Landry get such a huge contract when the Browns had some leverage with him already being franchise-tagged. Landry has played primarily in the slot throughout his career, but he does have a whopping 400 receptions over his first four seasons, which is an NFL record. While Landry might not offer huge 1,500-yard upside as a fantasy selection, the fact that the Browns are paying him big dollars indicate they expect him to be a huge part of the offense. You can follow the money here, and Landry should be among the safest WR options in fantasy drafts this summer.
The Browns are acquiring wide receiver Jarvis Landry from the Dolphins.
The trade won't become official until the start of the new league year on Wednesday. According to multiple reports, Cleveland is sending over two draft picks in exchange for the high-volume receiver (NFL Network's Ian Rapoport says it's one pick in 2018 and one pick in 2019), and the team will almost certainly be hammering out a huge long-term extension with Landry soon. Landry will slide right into the slot for the Browns in what could be a potentially dangerous receiving corps with former All-Pro Josh Gordon, 2016 first-round pick Corey Coleman, and 2017 first-round pick David Njoku all in the mix. A lot of Landry's fantasy value will depend on the quarterback situation with the Browns, but he's a good bet to be a great asset in at least PPR leagues again after he set the record for receptions for the first three years of an NFL career.
Jarvis Landry is signing his franchise tag soon.
Signing the tag will give him a whopping $16 million guaranteed for 2018, which only Antonio Brown and DeAndre Hopkins make on an annual basis. This now paves the way for the Dolphins to trade Landry to another team, which appears inevitable at this point. And if he is indeed traded, he'll have until the middle of July to negotiate a long-term contract with his new team. The Bears and Titans remain among the teams most heavily linked to Landry, though there could be a lot of smokescreens around at this time of year. some have speculated the Dolphins are waiting to trade Landry until trade day, with the intention of using him to move up the draft board to draft a quarterback.
Jarvis Landry has received permission to seek a trade, according to Ian Rapoport.
The Dolphins tagged Landry quickly after the window opened up last month, but signs have indicated they didn't plan to keep him on the roster for 2018. This further confirms that. Now Landry and his agent are allowed to talk to other teams about potentially acquiring Landry via a trade from Miami and signing him to a long-term contract. The Ravens and Panthers have been two teams brought up that might be interested in trying to add Landry to their team, and something should come together by the start of the new league year on March 14. It would be a surprise if Landry ends up playing another snap for the Dolphins.
Multiple reports: The Dolphins could be looking to trade Jarvis Landry.
Despite placing the franchise tag on Landry, many are speculating whether the receiver could be dealt to another team. Considering most of the reports throughout the season indicated the Dolphins weren't going to be keeping Landry past the 2017 season and the fact that receiver is a strong position for the team, this isn't a surprise. Also, Miami tagging Landry so quick could indicate they have done it with the intention of trading him to another team. However, all reports could be wrong and the Dolphins could just really want to keep Landry around, hence the quick tag. We'll probably hear if Landry and the Dolphins are talking about a long-term contract or not, and we'd also probably hear if they are taking trade offers from other teams. For now, he's not a lock to be in Miami next season.
The Dolphins are placing the franchise tag on Jarvis Landry, according to Ian Rapoport.
Miami is wasting no time securing their reception-machine for at least 2018, as Landry won't be allowed to test the free agent market on the franchise tag. The 25-year-old receiver is now set to make about $16 million this year once he signs the tag, and he'll remain a high-volume option in the passing attack of the Dolphins this season. Landry being out of the market is good news for potential free agent receivers like Allen Robinson and Sammy Watkins, thought it's also possible the Jaguars and Rams tag them, too. Now, the Dolphins might still look to lock up Landry to a long-term deal, which they'll have until the middle of July to work out otherwise he will play this season on the one-year franchise tag.
Jarvis Landry says contract negotiations with the Dolphins are going "slow."
Landry spoke to NFL Network's Jane Slater and said he would like to be back with the Dolphins, but it doesn't sound like they're close on any potential deal. The reception-machine says he doesn't get into numbers, and it sounds like he just lets his agent do the negotiating to get the best deal for him. Slater reports that off camera, Landry told her this is about "feeling respected and compensated" and added that he loves Dolphins head coach Adam Gase. There isn't much optimism regarding Landry's chances of returning to Miami, but it wouldn't be surprising if something came together.
Dolphins GM Mike Tannenbaum said "we'll see where it goes" when discussing WR Jarvis Landry.
Tannenbaum was on NFL Network and was asked a few questions about the state of his roster, including whether they would draft a quarterback. It's interesting that the Dolphins don't appear to be making if known that they want to bring Landry back, and it certainly sounds like they might just let him hit free agency and see what happens. If Landry does indeed hit the open market, we'd guess other teams will offer more money than Miami, so he might have played his last down with the Dolphins.
Jarvis Landry gets ejected in Week 17.
Landry was just ejected after scoring a touchdown in the fourth quarter against the Bills for disrespecting an official. Unfortunately, it means Landry will be just 14 yards short of 1,000 for the season. Overall in today's game, Landry had nine receptions for 92 yards and a touchdown, and on the season he had 112 receptions for 986 yards and nine touchdowns. The fourth-year receiver is set to become a free agent this offseason, but there has been some optimism that a deal will get done lately. Either way, expect Landry to be a high-floor fantasy option in 2018 drafts.
Jarvis Landry loses a fumble in Dolphins' loss.
Landry remained alive as the only player this season with five receptions in every game, catching five passes for 51 yards, but overall it wasn't a great performance in the first week of fantasy championships. Landry was also yelling back and forth with head coach Adam Gase during the game, but those things happen and it shouldn't be much of an issue. Landry will remain a high-floor option to end the regular season against the Bills.
Jarvis Landry racks up ten catches against the Bills.
Landry was targeted a team-high 13 times in the Week 15 loss, gaining 99 yards on his ten receptions. He still has at least five receptions in every game this season, remaining the only player to do so in 2017. Landry obviously offers a very high floor for the first week of the fantasy championship next week, and he should remain in fantasy lineups.
Jarvis Landry scores twice in Week 14.
Landry was extremely reliable in tonight's win over the Patriots, catching eight of eight targets for 46 yards and two touchdowns. While Landry's yards per reception remains very low, he's converting in the red zone with touchdowns and now has eight on the season. Landry also remains the only receiver in the NFL with at least five receptions in every game this season. While it's possible he'll have to contend with star rookie cornerback Tre'Davious White in Week 15, Landry will remain a solid option in fantasy lineups.
Jarvis Landry caught five passes for 62 yards in Sunday's win over Denver.
On pace for 107 receptions with a quarter of the season left to go, Landry will be a reliable PPR option in the fantasy playoffs, but standard-league owners might be better off looking elsewhere. The Dolphins take on the Pats in Week 14.
Jarvis Landry leads team in receiving on Sunday.
Landry caught eight passes for 70 yards. He also fumbled for the second-straight week, but recovered it himself. Miami's slot receiver benefitted from DeVante Parker getting a ton of attention, as New England was content with giving him underneath stuff. Landry will be a low-upside FLEX against Chris Harris, Jr. and the Broncos next Sunday.
Jarvis Landry scores for the sixth time in seven games as Dolphins fall to the Bucs.
Landry caught six passes for 95 yards and a touchdown, which came from two yards out in the first quarter. He also fumbled twice, losing one of them. Miami's slot receiver is expected to see a lot of Malcolm Butler in Week 12 when the travel to New England, but that's not a shy-away matchup. Consider him a low-end WR2/FLEX in standard leagues with a boost in PPR formats.
Jarvis Landry scores against the Panthers.
Landry was targeted a team-high ten times in the game, catching five passes for 42 yards and a touchdown. The score came late in the fourth quarter after he got open while quarterback Jay Cutler was scrambling in the red zone. Landry now has five touchdown receptions this season, and he's caught at least five passes in each game. He offers among the highest floors of fantasy receivers, and he's been a top-five option in PPR leagues.
Jarvis Landry scores in Week 9 loss.
Landry caught six passes for 32 yards, including a six-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter. At the season's midway point, Landry is on pace for a 112/860/8 line. He's obviously a better PPR option than non-PPR option for the second half of the season. Miami travels to Carolina for Week 10.
Jarvis Landry remains on the Dolphins after the trade deadline.
Landry was one of the most talked about players today ahead of the 4:00 PM ET deadline, with Giants receiver—and former LSU teammate of Landry—Odell Beckham Jr. was basically calling for his team to acquire the Dolphins receiver. The Miami Herald's Armando Salguero reports that Landry was available for the right price, and also added earlier that Landry doesn't always do what the coaches want from him. This is the fourth-year receiver's final year under contract with the team, and if we had to guess, the Dolphins won't be retaining him after the season with the way things sound at the moment.
Jarvis Landry gets 12 targets against the Ravens.
The Dolphins couldn't get much of anything going offensively in their shutout loss, and that affected Landry's production. He caught five of his 12 targets, gaining only 33 yards in the game. Miami will try to get things going after their mini bye when they take on the Raiders in Week 9, and Landry should have a better game in an easier matchup with Jay Cutler likely back under center.
Jarvis Landry caught seven passes for 93 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's win over the Jets.
Landry has really benefitted from DeVante Parker (ankle) sitting, as he's been the focus of the passing game with at least seven catches for 60 yards and a score in each of the past two games. Parker will be questionable again with the Dolphins playing on Thursday night, so Landry might be the focus again. If so, he's a WR2/FLEX option in standard leagues and a solid WR2 in PPR leagues.
Jarvis Landry gets 14 targets in Dolphins' win.
With DeVante Parker (ankle) out, it was predictable that Landry would get 10-12+ targets against the Falcons. Landry caught eight passes for 62 yards and a touchdown in the victory for Miami. He mostly worked as a reliable underneath guy for Jay Cutler, as his long reception was of 11 yards and he had a key third-down conversion on a pass over the middle that he went up for with defenders around him. The touchdown was on a misdirection play where Landry was about as open as you can get in the flat for a walk-in score. Landry will continue to offer a very high floor in PPR leagues next week against the Jets.
The NFL will meet with Jarvis Landry on October 24 regarding domestic violence allegations, according to Josina Anderson.
There were no chargers filed in the case and we thought we might hear the end of it after Landry's girlfriend, who is at the center of this alleged dispute with Landry, said it was a "completely false story" over the summer. But the NFL still wants to talk with the fourth-year receiver about the situation. Despite no charges being filed and Landry and his girlfriend (they have a child together) apparently being on good terms, the NFL could still decide to discipline Landry if they feel it's necessary. It's impossible to predict what will come of this.
Jarvis Landry gets ten targets in Dolphins' win.
Landry caught five of ten targets for 44 yards and a touchdown versus the Titans. The score came on a stick route near the end zone. Landry should be in PPR lineups next week against the Falcons, and he could be a lock for another 10+ targets if DeVante Parker (ankle) was forced to miss the game.
Jarvis Landry catches six passes in Dolphins' loss.
Landry was targeted on mostly quick passes, gaining 40 yards on his six receptions. The fourth-year receiver has had at least six receptions for 40 yards in each of the first three games and is up to 25 receptions through three games, so he'll remain a great PPR option against the Titans in Week 5.
Jarvis Landry gets team-high 11 targets in loss to the Jets.
Landry had six receptions for 48 yards, as the Dolphins offense was limited by New York's defense. London games are tricky because you don't know how certain teams and players are going to react, but Landry has a good matchup against the Saints there in Week 4.
Jarvis Landry (knee) is questionable for Week 3.
There isn't concern about Landry being out there against the Jets. He's a fine option in standard leagues and should be in almost all lineups for PPR leagues.
Jarvis Landry (knee) did not practice today.
Landy's knee issue is not expected to be serious, so look for him to be at practice tomorrow and/or Friday on at least a limited basis. Landry is a great PPR option this week against the Jets after he caught 13 passes in the Dolphins' first game of the season.
Jarvis Landry catches 13 passes in first game of the season.
Landry had 13 receptions for 78 yards as Jay Cutler peppered him with targets in the team's first regular season game after a Week 1 bye due to Hurricane Irma. Landry looked healthy and those in PPR leagues should be encouraged by the performance. In standard leagues, he remains a low-upside FLEX.
NFL is reviewing the alleged Jarvis Landry domestic abuse situation, according to Andy Slater.
In early August, Slater reported Landry was under investigation for battery. Now, the NFL is reviewing the situation under the league's personal conduct policy, according to Slater. There is reportedly a video of the alleged incident, but it's unclear what is on the video. Landry's girlfriend came out very strongly against the report, calling it fake and denying Landry did anything to her physically—which was thought to be the end of this. Until the NFL raps up their review, there is some slight risk to drafting Landry even if he didn't do anything wrong.
Dolphins head coach Adam Gase said he told Jarvis Landry there is "no chance" Landry gets traded.
This wouldn't be a story if not for a report from The Ringer that the Dolphins were "seriously" listening to offers for Landry in addition to telling teams they will move him for the right price. While Landry is entering a contract year and DeVante Parker could be set to emerge as a number one receiver, it doesn't make much sense for the Dolphins—who are trying to make the playoffs again and take another step forward—to trade one of their best players. Of course, if the Dolphins are blown away with a trade offer they'd probably trade Landry—just as most teams would do with almost every player. But this appears to be a fake news report about Landry being on the trade block, and he should be in Miami come Week 1.
Jarvis Landry catches two passes in exhibition against the Eagles.
The fourth-year receiver had 49 yards, including a long of 32 yards. He looks like the same Landry we've seen in the league, a reliable receiver that also has some big play ability and is very hard to bring down. Jay Cutler took a shot deep to Landry in the first quarter, but Landry wasn't quite able to catch up to it. This season, Landry should have a high floor as someone that is averaging 1,000 yards and nearly 100 catches per season in his first three season in the NFL.
Jarvis Landry catches one pass for -3 yards in Thursday exhibition against the Ravens.
The loan reception was on a bubble that didn't go for any yardage. Landry has been a catch machine over his first three seasons, but we'll have to see how much new quarterback Jay Cutler targets him, especially given the potential emergence of teammate DeVante Parker. We'll see how much the fourth-year receiver is involved in the third preseason game versus Philadelphia.
Jarvis Landry's girlfriend releases statement regarding investigation.
The statement from Estrella Cerqueira, Landry's girlfriend that he has a daughter with, reads: "In March of 2017 the father of my child and I had a vocal disagreement that resulted in someone calling 911. I, myself did not call the police. When the police arrived they determined that there was no cause for any arrests nor was there any concern for my physical well-being. There were no arrests made, there were no criminal charges, I was not in any way physically harmed. Yes, we are going through a civil family court case and emotions are high, but I would like to make it very clear that Jarvis would never, ever do anything to harm me or anyone else. Jarvis and I are happily raising our beautiful daughter and I would like to make a plea to the media that they refrain from spreading this completely false story." That should be the end of this as a story, and Landry should be able to just focus on football.
Jarvis Landry is under investigation.
According to Slater Scoops, the Dolphins receiver is being investigated for battery in a situation involving his girlfriend. This rumor started to emerge over the weekend, but it was impossible to verify. Head coach Adam Gase did confirm they are aware of the situation, though, basically confirming the situation. Obviously a lot is unknown, but this isn't great news for the fourth-year receiver. The NFL will could do an investigation of their own, and he could be facing discipline from the league at some point (but maybe not this season, if at all).
Dolphins receiver Jarvis Landry is expected to play out the final year of his contract, according to Tom Pelissero.
Pelissero reports the Dolphins have not made a contract offer to Landry and notes the team did this with Kiko Alonso, Kenny Stills, and Andre Branch (who all re-signed with the team) last year. However, with the offense running through Jay Ajayi and the running game, along with DeVante Parker looking to emerge as a number one receiver on the outside, it wouldn't be surprise to see Landry hit free agency after the year. The Dolphins can always franchise tag him, though. It looks like we'll have to wait and see how this season goes. Landry has a whopping 288 receptions through three season, while increasing his yards per catch each year.
Jarvis Landry's agent Damarius Bilbo tells Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald they have a deadline for a contract extension.
Bilbo told Jackson that they will cut off negotiations with the Dolphins when the regular season starts on September 10. The Dolphins reportedly have not made an offer to Landry, who has one year remaining on his rookie contract. Landry is tied with his former college teammate Odell Beckham Jr. for the most receptions (288) in NFL history during a player's first three seasons. He has yet to top five touchdowns in a season, but Landry has been a reliable target for the team and is likely looking for $10+ million per year. If the two sides don't come to an agreement, the Dolphins can always franchise tag Landry. It's also possible he hits free agency after the season.
Jarvis Landry catches 11 passes for 102 yards in Wild Card loss.
Landry navigated the slot as usual and was by far the most targeted receiver (14 targets) by Matt More. Landry will be a high floor option in fantasy drafts next season, and definitely gets a boost in PPR leagues.
Jarvis Landry caught nine passes for 76 yards and one touchdown in Sunday's loss to the Pats.
Landry powered his way to a touchdown to cut the score to 20-14, but New England ended up winning 35-14. After catching 84 passes as a rookie and 110 last season, Landry finished this season with 94 catches for 1,136 yards and four touchdowns. He should see some healthy volume for however long Miami is in the playoffs.
Jarvis Landry runs for 66-yard touchdown against the Jets.
Landry had three catches for 108 yards and a touchdown on Saturday night. He caught a slant route from the slot and ran away from the defense for his long touchdown. Landry went over 1,000 yards for the season in the game. He'll be a FLEX/WR2 next week.
Jarvis Landry catches 71-yard pass against the Cardinals.
He ended up with four catches for 103 yards. Landry is a FLEX.
Jarvis Landry catches 11 passes against the Ravens.
It was Landry's season high. He ended up with 87 yard on the 11 receptions. Landry has only two touchdowns on the year, and is a low upside FLEX option.
Jarvis Landry leads the Dolphins in targets in Week 12; doesn't put up numbers to match.
Landry had seven targets and caught four of them for 47 yards. Landry has a high-floor, but is an uninspiring fantasy option this year because of his low ceiling. He's merely a FLEX option at this point.
Jarvis Landry is pushed into the endzone for a TD in Week 11.
Landry caught a pass short of the goal line, but got some help from his offensive linemen and he was pushed into the endzone for six. He had five catches for 28 yards and the TD on the day. He’s an OK FLEX option next week against the Niners.
Jarvis Landry catches six passes in Dolphins win.
He had six catches for 53 yards. Landry hasn't broken out like some people expected this preseason. It doesn't help that he only has one touchdown this season. He's just a FLEX option at this point.