• Jarvis Landry

  • WR
  • , New Orleans Saints
  • 30
  • 196 lbs
  • 5' 11"
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Scouting report

by Bill Riccette

NO WR Jarvis Landry - 2022 Fantasy Football Outlook

2022 Fantasy Upside
It’s a homecoming for Jarvis Landry, as the LSU alum has taken his talents to New Orleans to join Jameis Winston and the Saints. He should have a little more stability on offense after the roller coaster he was on in Cleveland. He’ll be a fine option for the Saints alongside Michael Thomas and Chris Olave.

2022 Fantasy Downside
Landry is coming off a very disappointing 2021 season, as a mix of injuries and a rocky offense led to just 570 yards and two receiving touchdowns. He missed five games to injury and didn’t catch his first touchdown pass until Week 14 (though he did have two rushing touchdowns before then). A healthy Thomas could also cap Landry’s upside.

2022 Bottom Line
Landry should be in a much more comfortable environment in New Orleans. Age also isn’t too much of a factor yet for him, either, as he’ll turn 30 in November. But a healthy Thomas and the threat of Chris Olave will limit Landry’s upside, but he’s still a worthy flex option that can be had late in drafts.

by Frank Ammirante

CLE WR Jarvis Landry - Week 17 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 16 at Steelers

Jarvis Landry continues to see nice volume, racking up 35 targets in his last four games. While the yardage hasn't been there (233 yards), the volume keeps Landry in play as a potential WR3. The risk here is that the Browns go even more run-heavy than usual given Pittsburgh's struggles defending the run.

The Steelers rank 11th in schedule-adjusted fantasy points per game allowed to wide receivers, so this isn't the greatest matchup. Landry is more of a floor play in this spot, He's a much better option in full-PPR formats.

by Frank Ammirante

CLE WR Jarvis Landry - Week 16 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 16 at Packers

Jarvis Landry looks ready to return to the lineup to take on the Packers. Prior to missing the last game with COVID-19, Landry had combined for 28 targets in his previous three games. You have to love that kind of volume, especially in a projected pass-heavy game script with the Browns likely playing from behind. Landry is on the WR3 radar this week.

by Frank Ammirante

CLE WR Jarvis Landry - Week 14 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 14 vs. Ravens

Jarvis Landry caught 6-of-10 targets for 111 yards when these two teams last met. I expect more high volume for the veteran wideout as the clear-cut number-one option in this offense. Landry has racked up an impressive 18 targets in his last two games. This is a good matchup against a pass-funnel defense.

The Ravens rank 22nd in Schedule-Adjusted Fantasy Points per Game, so there's a chance that we see Landry approach his ceiling in this matchup. It wouldn't shock me to see him put up similar numbers to what we saw a couple of weeks ago in Baltimore. Fire up Landry as a rock-solid WR3.

by Frank Ammirante

CLE WR Jarvis Landry - Week 12 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 12 at Ravens

Jarvis Landry continues to be limited by this run-heavy offense, but the target share (22.22%) is still solid. This means that if the Browns are forced into a pass-heavy game script, we could see Landry make an impact, especially as the clear-cut number-one wideout in this offense.

Landry goes up against a Ravens defense that ranks 16th in schedule-adjusted fantasy points per game against wide receivers, so this is an exploitable matchup. This game can absolutely turn into a shootout, so we consider Landry on the WR3 radar in this spot. He's too good of a wide receiver to continue to provide such low production.

by Frank Ammirante

CLE WR Jarvis Landry - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 vs. Lions

Jarvis Landry is the safer play among these wideouts, as he leads the team in target share (21%). Baker Mayfield spoke about how the Browns need to get Landry the ball this week, so the "Squeaky Wheel" narrative is in full effect this week. For those who don't know, that's when a marquee player has a down week or two and the quarterback tries to feed him the ball to get him back on track. Consider Landry as a solid WR3 in this great matchup.

by Frank Ammirante

CLE WR Jarvis Landry - Week 10 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 10 at Patriots

Jarvis Landry has caught 13-of-23 targets for 113 yards in his last three games. While the production hasn't been there, you have to love the volume. He's the clear-cut number-one target in this passing game, which raises his weekly floor. Keep an eye on his status, as he's currently dealing with a knee injury, but all signs point towards him playing on Sunday.

Landry goes up against a Patriots defense that ranks sixth in AFPA, so this is a tough matchup, especially with the Browns likely to lean on the running game. It's hard to see Landry approaching his weekly ceiling in this game environment, as it projects as a low-scoring affair with a 45.5-point total. Consider him a low-end WR3 in this spot.

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