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Posted: 8/7/2017 9:30am ET
Huddle Up: Landry is in a contract year and posts very good numbers in PPR leagues - outside of touchdowns. Ryan Tannehill has struggled with the deep ball throughout his career, and Jay Cutler could help Landry there. The cloud of the investigation puts some risk on his high-end WR2 status.
Posted: 7/28/2017 12:37pm ET
Huddle Up: This seems to be a clear sign the Dolphins intend on moving forward with DeVante Parker and Kenny Stills in what would figure to be a more play-action heavy, vertical-based passing game. Landry still figures to see his seven targets per game or so in 2017, but owners counting on the level of production he provided in his first three seasons may be disappointed. He figures to be firmly on the WR2/3 borderline.
Posted: 7/27/2017 12:00pm ET
Huddle Up: The bottom line is that Landry is the best wide receiver on the Dolphins and one of the most consistent PPR receivers in the league. His scoring upside has a low ceiling, but he has WR1 appeal in said PPR leagues.
Posted: 7/24/2017 7:54am ET
Huddle Up: Landry has been productive, but his 13 touchdowns in three years stunt his fantasy value. He's a WR2, but if he could find his way into the end zone more often, he has WR1 tools.
Posted: 7/13/2017 7:02pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry is one of the best slot receivers in the game. He hasn't shown enough touchdown potential to be considered a WR1 yet, but he is a quality WR2 with more value in PPR formats.
Posted: 7/11/2017 4:55pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry is indubitably Miami's best, most consistent receiver and Ryan Tannehill's go-to guy. He has more value in PPR formats, but he's still a viable low-end WR1 to high-end WR2 in standard leagues.
Posted: 6/20/2017 7:50pm ET
Huddle Up: Much of Landry's production out of the slot came in his first two seasons, but that doesn't diminish just how consistently he gets open regardless of where he lines up. The fourth-year wideout is a rock-solid WR2 in most leagues and only needs to find the end zone more often in order to become a WR1.
Posted: 6/20/2017 9:03am ET
Huddle Up: It's more than a bit surprising Miami hasn't already locked him up, but at least owners should be able to breathe easier regarding his status for the upcoming season. With no fewer than 84 catches in any of his first three seasons, he's a solid WR2 who only needs to find the end zone a bit more often in order to become a WR1.
Posted: 6/13/2017 5:45pm ET
Huddle Up: The Dolphins will have a little over a month to work something out with Landry, so owners should keep an eye on the situation. Landry ranked 10th in the NFL with 1,136 yards in 2016 and tied for seventh with 94 receptions. He is the main target in the passing game for Miami and should be low-end No. 1 of a No. 2 receiver in fantasy leagues.
Posted: 6/8/2017 2:55pm ET
Huddle Up: Little things or no little things, Landry has been a solid fantasy player during his first three professional seasons, averaging 96 catches for 1,017 yards and 4.3 touchdowns. Those numbers put him in prime low-end PPR WR1 territory.
Posted: 6/6/2017 9:41am ET
Huddle Up: Landry has frustrated owners by scoring only 13 touchdowns over his first three seasons, but that is about the only thing lacking on his resume - real or fantasy. His yards per catch has increased every year and he has yet to finish with fewer than 84 receptions in a season, which makes him a pretty solid WR2 option more often than not in PPR. Miami cannot afford to let him walk, so expect negotiations to pick up fairly soon.
Posted: 6/1/2017 9:45pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry is already a high-targeted commodity -- both on the field and in fantasy -- and he's got a valid point if Thomas can become what he once was in Denver, which is very possible now that he's been reunited with Adam Gase. This also could spark an increase in Landry's touchdown total -- he's never had more than five scores in a season, but Thomas' feared presence in the red zone could open up some more looks for the fourth-year wide-out.
Posted: 5/25/2017 8:10am ET
Huddle Up: Landry is seeking a new deal, but he has yet to take the next step into the WR1 class in fantasy. He had a 94-1,136-4 line last season, which is good, but he has just 13 scores in three seasons. He'll be a high-end WR2 in drafts.
Posted: 4/17/2017 8:05am ET
Huddle Up: Landry is hoping to get a new contract and doesn't appear to be playing hardball. His numbers have been good, but he has yet to take that next step to WR1 status. He's a very good WR2, but he averages just over four touchdowns per season.
Posted: 3/8/2017 6:01am ET
Huddle Up: Landry is dirt cheap ($1.1 million) in the final year of his contract. He has averaged 96 catches for 1,017 yards in his three years. That makes you think WR1, right? The problem is he only has 13 touchdowns in those three years. He's knocking on the door, but there could be eight or 10 better options than him at the position.
Posted: 1/24/2017 7:05am ET
Huddle Up: Landry posted an image to social media with a caption insinuating he's seeking a new deal. He has had two pretty good seasons in a row in PPR leagues, but four touchdowns in each keep him in the WR2 range in fantasy.
Posted: 1/23/2017 5:32pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry led the team in targets by a wide margin and was a key part of the passing game this season. He will continue to be one of the main part of the offense in 2017 and can be a low-end No. 2 receiver or a No. 3 receiver for fantasy owners.
Posted: 1/9/2017 10:16am ET
Huddle Up: This one should be a no-brainer for the Dolphins, as Landry finished his third NFL campaign with 94 receptions and is coming off an 11-catch, 102-yard effort in the team's Wild Card playoff loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Landry hasn't shown much touchdown upside - he scored five offensive touchdowns in 2014 and 2015 before tallying four in 2016 - but that is about the only reason he hasn't emerged as a true WR1 in fantasy yet.
Posted: 1/8/2017 1:37pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry finished the season with at least 100 yards in three of his final five games and had two of his four touchdowns in the final three regular season game. He will continue to be the Dolphins' top receiver in 2017 and should be considered a No. 2 or No. 3 receiver for fantasy owners.
Posted: 1/1/2017 7:13pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry wrapped up his regular season with 94 catches for 1,136 yards and four touchdowns. He is a stud in all PPR fantasy formats, and he should be treated as a WR2 in all postseason fantasy pools. The Dolphins travel to Pittsburgh for the wild-card round.
Posted: 12/24/2016 2:53pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry entered the game with two straight 100-yard performances but was held to under 30 yards for only the third time this season. He is one of the main targets in Miami's passing game and should be at least a No. 3 receiver in all leagues.
Posted: 12/17/2016 7:45pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry doesn't catch a lot of touchdowns, but he is dependable. He is a WR3 in standard leagues, but he has WR2 upside in PPR formats.
Posted: 12/11/2016 4:32pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry's day was solid, but he could take a step back after losing his starting quarterback. Ryan Tannehill went down with what the team fears is a torn ACL. Matt Moore should step and attempt to build rapport with Landry, but his fantasy value takes a bit of a hit.
Posted: 12/9/2016 2:23pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry has been targeted 26 times over the last three games and but has posted at least 50 yards in only one of those games. He has caught only two touchdowns this season but can still be a decent No. 3 receiver in most leagues.
Posted: 12/8/2016 2:43pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry and the Dolphins as a whole have been underachievers in 2016. He hasn't even been too valuable in PPR leagues, which is where he's most valuable. He may see his fair share of targets, but he hasn't topped 100 yards since Week 3 and has only scored once in his last nine games. Plus, the Arizona Cardinals have one of the better pass defenses in the NFL. Landry shouldn't necessarily be benched, but he's no more than a WR3 in PPR formats.
Posted: 12/8/2016 9:41am ET
Huddle Up: Landry likely will receive his usual workload this week against the Arizona Cardinals. He posted a solid 87 yards in the team's Week 13 game and could see a solid amount of targets during the game. He can be considered a No. 3 receiver in most leagues.
Posted: 12/7/2016 11:16am ET
Huddle Up: Landry probably will be back at practice later in the week and should be in uniform in Week 14. He is coming off a solid performance where he caught 11 passes for 87 yards in Week 13 and should have a solid role against the Arizona Cardinals. He can be considered a No. 3 receiver in most leagues.
Posted: 12/4/2016 9:12pm ET
Huddle Up: The game was just the second double-digit reception outing for Landry this season. He has six or more receptions in seven of his 12 games, but just twice in the past six. Despite the uneven results lately, he remains a must-start in all PPR fantasy formats and most standard leagues as well.
Posted: 11/27/2016 3:05pm ET
Huddle Up: Miami has found several other capable receivers and a sound running game to cut into Landry's fantasy production. The Dolphins have an unfavorable schedule for receivers going forward, and there is not a lot of reason to believe he will turn it around without DeVante Parker's back injury being serious. At best, Landry is a PPR flex play.
Posted: 11/27/2016 9:17am ET
Huddle Up: Landry should receive his normal workload this week against the San Francisco 49ers and should see a solid amount of targets. He probably should be considered a low-end No. 2 or a No. 3 receiver in a majority of fantasy leagues.
Posted: 11/25/2016 5:10pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry should be able to play even though he is listed as questionable, but owners will need to check the inactive list before deciding on their lineups. He has caught at least five passes in four of his last five games but has been a bit inconsistent in terms of his receiving yards. Landry should probably be considered a No. 3 receiver in most fantasy leagues.
Posted: 11/25/2016 11:31am ET
Huddle Up: Owners have seen Landry's targets and production slip significantly following the emergence of Jay Ajayi, but he may be needed again this week despite the soft running-game matchup since the Dolphins could be without three offensive line starters. While he is never a great bet to find the end zone, the volume should be there this week and make him a solid low-end WR2 play in PPR leagues.
Posted: 11/24/2016 9:50pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry is a strong WR3 most weeks, but he has WR2 upside against the 49ers in Week 12, especially in PPR formats.
Posted: 11/23/2016 1:41pm ET
Huddle Up: A player usually plays when he is limited to begin the week's injury reports, unless, of course, he is downgraded later on. Landry should be in starting lineups in what is arguably his best matchup of the season against the San Francisco 49ers, who have been the worst fantasy defenses against receivers in 2016. Landry has disappointed this season, but he's a fringe WR1 in PPR leagues.
Posted: 11/20/2016 8:29pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry didn't do much in the yardage department, but at least he found the end zone. The emergence of DeVante Parker has taken away targets from Landry. Treat him more as a WR3 heading into Week 12 against the San Francisco 49ers.
Posted: 11/20/2016 11:50am ET
Huddle Up: Landry should receive his normal workload despite the injury and probably will have a solid role in the passing game. He can be considered a low-end No. 2 receiver or a No. 3 receiver in most fantasy leagues.
Posted: 11/20/2016 8:03am ET
Huddle Up: Landry was a full participant in practice Friday, Nov. 18, after being limited during the previous two sessions earlier in the week. He should continue to see a decent amount of targets and should be viewed as a high-end WR3 in standard fantasy formats, with WR2 upside in PPR leagues.
Posted: 11/18/2016 4:04pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry probably will be able to play, but owners will need to check the inactive list to make sure. He has been a bit inconsistent this season but has been targeted at least six times in each of the last four games. Landry should be considered a No. 2 or No. 3 receiver in most leagues.
Posted: 11/17/2016 6:20pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry is a safe bet for six-plus catches per game, and he enters a Week 11 matchup with the Rams as a high-end WR3 with WR2 upside in PPR formats.
Posted: 11/16/2016 4:28pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry likely will be able to play in Week 11, but owners should check on his status later in the week. He has been targeted at least six times in eight of the nine games this season and will continue to be one of main parts of the team's passing game. He should be considered a No. 2 or No. 3 receiver in all leagues.
Posted: 11/13/2016 7:30pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry was used a little more than last week, but it was still a disappointing performance for Landry and his fantasy owners. DeVante Parker had eight targets and that could be a problem going forward if Parker stays healthy.
Posted: 11/13/2016 7:29am ET
Huddle Up: Landry returned to practice on a limited basis Friday, Nov. 11, after sustaining a minor shoulder injury Wednesday, Nov. 9. He has a favorable matchup this week versus a San Diego defense that has allowed the second-most receptions and fourth-most receiving yards in the NFL, making him worthy of consideration as a high-end WR2.
Posted: 11/11/2016 3:57pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry has a very favorable matchup against a Chargers defense which ranks 26th in the NFL, allowing 279.3 yards per game with 14 touchdowns and 33 pass plays of 20 or more yards. The team apparently wants to get the ball into his hands more, and that's great news for fantasy owners with this favorable matchup.
Posted: 11/11/2016 10:20am ET
Huddle Up: Head coach Adam Gase and offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen each took some of the blame for not getting the ball to Landry enough last week, so look for an early overcorrection in that regard this week. However, with Jay Ajayi and the ground game working so well lately, Landry's once-consistent volume has been virtually nonexistent. It's fair to expect Gase and Christiansen will find a happy medium sooner than later, so keep trotting out Landry as a high-floor WR2.
Posted: 11/10/2016 2:02pm ET
Huddle Up: The cause and severity of Landry's shoulder issue were not disclosed. He will be one of the key players to keep an eye on heading into the weekend. If he's limited or can't play then DeVante Parker would receive a nice fantasy boost.
Posted: 11/10/2016 10:33am ET
Huddle Up: Landry is probably dealing with a minor injury, but owners should look for an update on his status in the next day or two. He has been a big part of the passing game this season for the Dolphins and can be a No. 2 receiver in fantasy leagues if he plays.
Posted: 11/8/2016 8:32am ET
Huddle Up: Landry is still useful, but his 49-605-1 line is a far cry from where many that took him early in fantasy drafts expected. Landry now has 243 catches in his career and just 10 touchdowns. It may not get much better from a touchdown perspective with his quarterback. He'll have a decent matchup as a high-end WR2 against the San Diego Chargers.
Posted: 11/6/2016 6:48pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry is normally a stud in PPR fantasy formats, but he did very little against a poor pass defense, much to the dismay of his owners. He'll look to rebound in Week 10 against the San Diego Chargers in another favorable matchup.
Posted: 10/23/2016 4:42pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry is a machine for fantasy owners in leagues that reward points per reception (PPR), as he has five or more grabs in six of his seven outings. He has scored just once in seven games, and no visits to the end zone since Week 3, so his value is a bit lesser in standard fantasy formats. Still, he is a decent WR3 in those leagues until he starts to find the end zone.
Posted: 10/16/2016 8:28pm ET
Huddle Up: Landry has seven or more receptions in five of his six games this season, as he is a points machine for fantasy owners in leagues which reward points per reception (PPR). He'll look to keep it rolling in Week 7 against the Buffalo Bills.
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