Landry finished as the No. 36 receiver last year after a No. 13 finish the year before and a No. 20 finish back in 2018. His 2020 production (840 yards) fell short when compared to 2018 (976) and 2019 (1,174), and that was largely due to a drop in targets. In Kevin Stefanski’s run-oriented scheme, he saw 101 targets after averaging 144 targets from 2018-19. This is pretty alarming considering that Odell Beckham basically missed 10 games. Landry averaged just 5.5 targets per game with Beckham in the lineup. That number jumped to 7.6 in the nine games that he played without Beckham. With Beckham, he was a fantasy WR4. Without him, he was a fantasy WR2.