2015 Strength of Schedule - BUF
Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.
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Tuesday, April 14, 2015, 10:12pm
Dolphins beat writer Chris Perkins believes that WR Jarvis Landry is the player most likely to have a breakthrough season in 2015:
A breakthrough season would be improving on the 84 receptions for 758 yards and 5 TDs he had last year as a rookie. There’s a good chance that happens now that TE Charles Clay and WRs Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline and Brandon Gibson are gone. Tannehill is familiar with Landry, and Landry showed he’s got good NFL skills. He’s got good hands and can get YAC (Yards After Catch).
Landry was the #42 WR in standard formats and #30 in PPR, so as a high-volume slot receiver, he's going to have more value in PPR formats. The Dolphins lost four of their top six most-targeted players: Mike Wallace, Charles Clay, Brian Hartline and Brandon Gibson. They have been replaced by Kenny Stills and Jordan Cameron, but Landry's role should expand as well. He only played 62 percent of the snaps on the season, and didn't start playing consistent starter's snaps until Week 9. Over the final nine weeks, Landry was the #15 WR in PPR formats (and #23 in standard). He is currently the 24th WR off the board in early PPR drafts.
Posted by Jordan Heck
Thursday, December 25, 2014 - 6:05pm
Charles Clay - Week 17 vs. New York Jets
Charles Clay exploded last week with six receptions for 114 yards on 10 targets. He now has six receptions in back-to-back games. It was easily Charles' best performance of the season.
It's probably best to view Charles' breakout as an anomaly. His previous season high was 65 yards and it was the only other time this season he surpassed 60 receiving yards.
He faces a Jets defense this week that's allowed 13 touchdowns (tied for most in the league) to the TE position this year. But the Jets don't allow many yards to tight ends. Clay should be viewed as a borderline TE1.