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Posted: 3/14/2018 2:01pm ET
Huddle Up: The Dolphins have added Albert Wilson and Danny Amendola in free agency, so they likely will handle Landry's workload in 2018. Both Amendola and Wilson could be late-round picks in fantasy drafts, but Amendola may have a bit more value.
Posted: 3/14/2018 1:58pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry probably will be the No. 2 receiver for the Browns this season and should be one of the focal points in the passing game. Owners in most leagues can consider Landry a No. 3 receiver in 2018.
Posted: 3/9/2018 1:52pm ET
Huddle Up: The Browns have a ton of cap space and will not give up a first or second-round pick in this trade, so Cleveland fans should be happy. Landry gives the Browns an imposing duo if Josh Gordon can stay on the field and may end up replacing Corey Coleman, whose future with the team is reportedly uncertain. Landry's 2018 fantasy stock will depend somewhat on what Cleveland does at quarterback this offseason, but he should remain a high-volume target and top-30 fantasy wideout.
Posted: 3/9/2018 1:40pm ET
Huddle Up: It's another vote of confidence in DeVante Parker, who should emerge as the clear top receiving option in Miami if he can finally stay healthy. Parker has teased fantasy owners for years, but this deal gives him one more chance to prove he can be a top-20 wideout. Kenny Stills also stand to benefit as well and should be considered a low-end WR3. The move also give Jakeem Grant an opportunity to shine as well.
Posted: 3/8/2018 9:09am ET
Huddle Up: Several teams have been linked to Landry already and he can now be traded since he has signed his franchise tender. He's the best slot receiver available this offseason and should retain low-end WR1 to high-end WR2 value in PPR formats.
Posted: 3/8/2018 8:18am ET
Huddle Up: The move makes it possible for Landry to be traded, which is probably still likely. He's a solid WR2 no matter where he goes.
Posted: 3/4/2018 7:48pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry would provide a needed upgrade to the Baltimore receiving corps, and he would immediately become the go-to option. No matter where Landry ends up, he's a safe bet to deliver WR2 production in PPR formats.
Posted: 3/3/2018 6:43pm ET
Huddle Up: The Dolphins have told Landry that he may seek a trade, and once he signs his franchise tag, he can officially be traded. He's averaged 100 catches per year since entering the NFL, so Landry should at least be a WR2 in PPR formats no matter where he ends up playing.
Posted: 3/3/2018 11:16am ET
Huddle Up: Landry has been allowed to seek a trade and likely will be moved if a team is willing to sign him to a long-term deal. He has been a solid receiver for the last several years and should be a No. 2 or No. 3 fantasy receiver in most leagues.
Posted: 3/3/2018 10:29am ET
Huddle Up: The Saints are expected to look to add a receiver this offseason but have two terrific starters in Michael Thomas and Ted Ginn Jr. Thomas should be a No. 1 receiver in all fantasy leagues next season, while Ginn can be a solid No. 3 fantasy receiver. Landry likely will be traded at some point this offseason and can be at least a No. 3 receiver no matter where he goes.
Posted: 3/2/2018 6:11pm ET
Huddle Up: With Eric Decker a pending free agent, Landry would represent a massive upgrade in the slot. He has been a reception machine since coming into the league, and Landry should be a solid WR2 in almost any offense, especially in PPR formats.
Posted: 3/1/2018 8:57pm ET
Huddle Up: If the Kirk Cousins drama is the top storyline of the offseason, the pursuit of Landry might be right behind it. After all, the former LSU star holds the NFL record for most receptions (400) over a player's first four seasons in the league and has the ability to single-handily reinvigorate an offense. If he were to end up in Chicago, recording another 100-catch, 1,000-yard season would be very possible, as he'd far and away be the club's No. 1 option in the passing game.
Posted: 3/1/2018 6:10pm ET
Huddle Up: It appears that Landry will be playing with a new team next season, but the Dolphins will need to complete the trade. Landry has been a solid receiver of the last several years and could start for a team if he is traded. He can be considered a No. 3 fantasy receiver in 2018.
Posted: 2/26/2018 12:08pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry is one of the most intriguing names to keep tabs on during free agency. Teams rumored to be interested in trading for Landry include the Chicago Bears and Tennessee Titans. The shifty receiver is most valuable in PPR leagues where he is a perennial WR1.
Posted: 2/23/2018 6:36pm ET
Huddle Up: Eric Decker was a bust free-agent signing for the Titans last year, and Landry would fill the slot role and then some. Wherever Landry ends up, he should be WR2 in PPR formats.
Posted: 2/21/2018 2:19pm ET
Huddle Up: The Dolphins have placed the franchise tag on Landry but may look to trade him at some point. Landry has been a solid receiver over the last several years and can be a No. 3 fantasy receiver next season even if he is traded.
Posted: 2/20/2018 8:04pm ET
Huddle Up: This seems like a likely scenario considering Miami has had over a year to sign Landry to a long-term deal and not been overly aggressive in doing so. A trade would probably be the best thing for Landry, who is coming off a season in which he led the league with 112 catches and caught a career-high nine touchdowns but did so averaging a meager 8.8 yards per reception. Look for the trade talk to heat up at the NFL Combine at the end of next week.
Posted: 2/20/2018 5:20pm ET
Huddle Up: The non-exclusive franchise tag means Landry will have the opportunity to negotiate with other teams and sign an offer sheet, but Miami has the right to match any offer or receive two first-round picks as compensation if it chooses not to match. This move goes against the year-long rhetoric that the Dolphins were willing to let Landry walk and build around DeVante Parker and Kenny Stills. Regardless of what happens moving forward, Landry has proven himself to be a capable fantasy WR2 at the very least.
Posted: 2/11/2018 8:14pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry is coming off a career-high 112 receptions, and he is averaging 100 catches per year through his first four seasons. He'll be a WR1 candidate in PPR formats no matter he signs.
Posted: 1/25/2018 11:31am ET
Huddle Up: Landry is headed for a big payday either way and could be one of the top 5-10 paid wide receivers in the NFL when all is said and done. The reliable pass-catcher will be a solid PPR WR1 candidate wherever he suits up.
Posted: 1/24/2018 12:53pm ET
Huddle Up: The latter price range would make Landry one of the top 5-7 paid wide receivers in the NFL. In a relatively shallow wide receiver market Landry will be offered a significant chunk of dough. Either way, He's a PPR WR1 candidate again this year, as mentioned earlier.
Posted: 1/24/2018 12:00pm ET
Huddle Up: Not much should be read into this, but Landry is one of the top free-agent wide receivers on the market and the Dolphins' most consistent pass-catcher by a wide margin. No matter where he plays in 2018, Landry has WR1 upside with more value in PPR leagues.
Posted: 1/24/2018 7:03am ET
Huddle Up: Landry posted career highs with 112 receptions and nine touchdowns but a career-low 8.8 yards per catch as he had just 987 receiving yards. Landry should be a WR2 in next year's drafts regardless of the jersey he dons.
Posted: 1/17/2018 8:51pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry is looking to garner big money, and rightfully so after yet another productive season in his fourth year with the Dolphins. Although he finished short of the 1,000-yard plateau for the first time since his rookie campaign, Landry did manage to record career bests with 112 receptions and nine touchdowns. He also continued his iron man streak, having played in all 64 games since being drafted. The 25-year-old will enter next year as a WR2 with a high ceiling.
Posted: 1/17/2018 8:26am ET
Huddle Up: Landry was really underrated this season and was overshadowed by DeVante Parker's potential breakout that never came. Landry posted career highs with 112 receptions and nine touchdowns but a career-low 8.8 yards per catch as he had just 987 receiving yards. Landry should be a WR2 in next year's drafts.
Posted: 12/28/2017 10:51am ET
Huddle Up: Landry is already one of the best wide receivers in franchise history. He's posted a career-high eight touchdowns this season to go along with 103 catches. He'll be a low-end PPR1 to high-end PPR2 target wherever he's playing next year.
Posted: 12/24/2017 5:39pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry continues to be a PPR dream, posting at least five receptions in each of his 15 games so far this season, totaling 103 catches overall.
Posted: 12/17/2017 4:58pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry had his first double-digit catch total since hauling in 13 receptions against the Chargers in Week 1. He is a PPR fantasy owners dream, posting at least five receptions in all 14 of his games whether Jay Cutler or Matt Moore has been under center. And that's after losing Ryan Tannehill, the team's starter, in the preseason.
Posted: 12/11/2017 9:05pm ET
Huddle Up: This is basically Landry's prototypical performance in a nutshell: a lot of catches, not a ton of yards and maybe at least one score. Miraculously, despite his massive number of targets per week, Landry still hasn't had a 100-yard game yet this year, but his owners certainly don't mind his output this week, as it was his first multi-touchdown effort of the campaign. Landry is unquestionably one of the strongest options in PPR formats regardless.
Posted: 12/7/2017 8:09pm ET
Huddle Up: The Patriots have allowed the fourth-most passing yards in the NFL, and Landry has reached 70 yards in his last six meetings with New England. Pencil him in as a high-end WR3 in PPR formats.
Posted: 12/1/2017 12:54pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry has been a big part of the Dolphins passing game this season and has three touchdowns in the last four games. He will be facing a tough Denver Broncos pass defense but can still be a No. 3 fantasy receiver.
Posted: 11/30/2017 2:11pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry should have a good chance to play in Week 13 even though he is on the injury list. He has recorded a touchdown in three of the last four games and has 165 yards in the last two games. He will be facing a tough Denver Broncos defense but can still be a No. 3 fantasy receiver.
Posted: 11/26/2017 4:40pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry is a catch machine. Yes, he didn't get into the end zone, and his yardage total wasn't anything to jump up and down about, but he's up to 75 receptions through 11 games while snagging at least five catches in each outing. He is a PPR fantasy stud, even if his three-game touchdown streak was snapped.
Posted: 11/19/2017 5:38pm ET
Huddle Up: Sure, Kenny Stills outshined him in yardage and production in this one, but Landry has now visited the end zone in three straight games, and six of his past seven outings while posting five catches or more in each contest this season. He is a fantastic fantasy option, particularly in PPR leagues. The Dolphins meet the Patriots in Week 12 on the road.
Posted: 11/19/2017 8:04am ET
Huddle Up: Although the Dolphins value the 24-year-old Landry's skills, it is uncertain if they are willing to pay such a hefty price for his services. He has 61 receptions for 472 yards and five touchdowns through nine games this year and should be viewed as a high-end WR2 in PPR fantasy formats.
Posted: 11/17/2017 1:32pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry has been a popular target for the Dolphins quarterbacks over the last month and has five touchdowns in the last six games. He should be a solid No. 2 receiver in all leagues against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this week.
Posted: 11/16/2017 2:12pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry should be in uniform in Week 11 as long as he does not suffer a setback over the next few days. He has caught five touchdowns in the last six games and has been targeted at least 10 times in seven of the nine games this season. He should be a No. 2 or No. 3 receiver in all fantasy leagues.
Posted: 11/15/2017 12:30pm ET
Huddle Up: While Landry does not eat up yardage, he does lead the NFL in catches (61). Assuming he is active, Landry possess low-end WR1 to high-end WR2 PPR value in a great matchup versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Posted: 11/13/2017 10:11pm ET
Huddle Up: Once again, Landry proved he's as steady as they get, as he's recorded five or more receptions in all of Miami's nine games this season. Furthermore, he's garnered 10 or more targets in all but two of them. The LSU product just continues to deliver and can safely be plugged in on an every-week basis.
Posted: 11/6/2017 5:41am ET
Huddle Up: He now has four scores in the last five games, but the team really spread the ball around in Week 9. That'll hurt his WR3 luster moving forward.
Posted: 11/2/2017 7:21pm ET
Huddle Up: While he won't post huge yardage totals in Miami's struggling offense, Landry is one of busiest receivers in the NFL and is on pace for 114 receptions. He will be a WR2 in PPR formats against the Oakland Raiders in Week 9.
Posted: 10/31/2017 12:37pm ET
Huddle Up: Rumors are not uncommon on the day of any trade deadline. Landry was one of the bigger names involved in those rumors today. He's staying put in Miami and will see Jay Cutler return under center this week. That can only be good after Matt Moore's disastrous performance last week. Landry remains a solid PPR WR2 even in Miami's subpar offense.
Posted: 10/26/2017 9:24pm ET
Huddle Up: It was a long night for Landry, who saw his personal three-game touchdown streak snapped while matching or setting seasonal lows in catches and yardage. He and the Dolphins offense will have 10 days to lick their wounds before a Sunday night meeting with the Oakland Raiders, the Fins' second of three consecutive primetime games.
Posted: 10/26/2017 12:13pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry is a catch machine and the absence of DeVante Parker the last couple games has only helped his quest to make history. Landry has tallied 15 catches in that span and has scored in each of his last three outings. He's a WR2 PPR play tonight with added value if Parker sits again.
Posted: 10/22/2017 6:26pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry didn't seem to skip a beat with Jay Cutler departing early and being replaced by Matt Moore. Some teams have a backup replace an injured starter and there is a transition period. If Moore gets the nod in Week 8 against the Ravens on Thursday the transition should be seamless.
Posted: 10/18/2017 2:08pm ET
Huddle Up: The severity of Landry's knee, presumably soreness since there haven't been any other official reports, is uncertain. Wait to see how he is listed Thursday and Friday before plugging him into your lineup for Week 7. He has two touchdowns over his past two games, and he is an obvious must-start in PPR fantasy formats when healthy. He has six grabs for 48 yards on seven targets in the first meeting with the Jets back in Week 3.
Posted: 10/15/2017 1:56pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry was targeted a game-high 14 times, as he is Jay Cutler definitely jelled nicely together in this one. Landry, who continues to be a stud in PPR formats, will look to carry over the momentum into Week 7 when the Jets pay a visit.
Posted: 10/8/2017 7:07pm ET
Huddle Up: No other player saw more than four targets, and with DeVante Parker leaving with an ankle injury, Landry's heavy workload should continue. Don't expect many big games, but he can be counted on as a WR3 in PPR formats.
Posted: 10/1/2017 9:53am ET
Huddle Up: Landry has been targeted 33 times in the first three games and has at least six catches in each game. He remains a valuable option in point-per-receptions leagues because of his targets and can be considered a No. 3 fantasy receiver next week.
Posted: 9/27/2017 1:00pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry faces a very favorable matchup against a porous New Orleans pass defense, so he could have a big day for fantasy owners, particularly in PPR leagues, if he is able to play.
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