• Robby Anderson
  • WR
  • , New York Jets
  • 26
  • 190 lbs
  • 6' 3"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
Coming off of 63 catches for 941 yards and seven scores in his second season (and a No. 16 finish in half-PPR leagues), Anderson had a big Week 5 in 2018 (3-123-2 against the Broncos), but was otherwise disappointing through Week 13. Then, something strange happened: Anderson and Sam Darnold started to click. In consecutive games, Anderson posted receiving lines of 4-76-1, 7-96-1 and 9-140-1, averaging 9.8 targets per game in his last four. It helped that Quincy Enunwa was out, and there are market share concerns heading into 2019—the Jets signed Jamison Crowder and Le’Veon Bell—but it certainly helps that Anderson seems to have a fan in new HC Adam Gase, who raved earlier this year about Anderson’s speed and how smoothly he tracks the ball downfield.

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Scouting report

by Chris Kucharski

NYJ WR Robby Anderson - 2019 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
Robby Anderson is the No. 1 wide receiver on the depth chart and the Jets passing game should be even better as QB Sam Darnold has settled in after his rookie season. Anderson was targeted over 200 times the past two seasons and led the Jets with 50 receptions in 2018. He is a good route runner and has decent speed which has helped be successful in three seasons in the NFL.

Fantasy Downside
Anderson is a No. 1 receiver by default, because the Jets receivers are average across the board. His production actually dropped last season from 2017 and even with Darnold improving during the second half of the season, there are still some question marks which affect Anderson and the wide receiver corp.

2019 Bottom Line
Anderson is a viable fantasy option as he will be close to eclipse 100 targets again. We expect him to improve his 2018 numbers, but only enough to rank him as a low-end WR3. Anderson’s ADP is 75 which is spot on. The 7th round is a good draft spot for him.

2019 Strength of Schedule - NYJ
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
5
BUF
4
CLE
22
@NE
BYE26
@PHI
8
DAL
22
NE
1
@JAX
31
@MIA
24
NYG
17
@WAS
18
OAK
11
@CIN
31
MIA
7
@BAL
12
PIT
5
@BUF

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2018 Game Stats
WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCSTDPPRSnaps%
1@DET1411141.001-900-9.009.210.235/6058.3%
2MIA327059.000001-0.73.753/6581.5%
3@CLE2220411.000001-0.22.242/6366.7%
4@JAX218069.000000-1.83.841/5574.5%
5DEN31232541.000000-24.327.332/6251.6%
6IND3390513.000000-3.96.953/7174.6%
7MIN34401014.670000-4.47.462/7187.3%
8@CHI--------------
9@MIA432068.0011001.003.37.347/6671.2%
10BUF--------------
11BYE--------------
12NE2220511.000000-2.24.248/6475.0%
13@TEN4480712.000000-4.88.850/6972.5%
14@BUF4761719.000000-13.617.638/5470.4%
15HOU79611113.710000-15.622.671/7594.7%
16GB914011315.560000-20.029.056/6093.3%
17@NE324088.000000-2.45.454/5696.4%
Per game3.5753.710.436.6415.040.14-0.5700.14-4.007.6011.1748.71/63.6476.30%
Totals5075269315.042-802-4.00106.4156.4682/89176.30%