Jarvis Landry

  • Height
    5' 11"
  • Weight
    205 lbs
  • Arm Length
    31 3/4" (50th)
Jarvis Landry headshot
  • Draft Pick
    2.31 2014
  • College
    LSU
  • Age
    29.5

Jarvis Landry Bio & Season Stats

Year Games Tgts Rec Rec Yds YPR Air Yds Rec TD Fantasy Pts/Game
2021 12 85 52 570 11.0 445 2 11.1 (#34)
2020 15 101 72 840 11.7 804 3 12.5 (#37)
2019 16 138 83 1174 14.1 1387 6 14.8 (#21)
2018 16 148 81 976 12.0 1653 4 13.4 (#25)
2017 16 161 112 987 8.8 1003 9 16.2 (#4)
2016 16 131 94 1136 12.1 864 4 14.3 (#16)
2015 16 167 110 1157 10.5 - 4 16.7 (#15)
2014 16 112 84 758 9.0 - 5 11.3 (#39)
  • College Dominator
    40.0% (82nd)
  • College YPR
    15.5 (61st)
  • College Target Share
    15.9% (31st)
  • Breakout Age
    19.8 (69th)

Jarvis Landry Advanced Stats & Metrics

2021

Snap Share

2021

Target Share

2021

Fantasy Points

Jarvis Landry ADP

137.40
(+4.15)
Average Draft Position (2022)
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12.05 Pick
WR63 Rank

Value Over Stream

+1.1
(#115)

Value Over Stream: Valuation scheme calculates a player’s fantasy pts/game over the average waiver wire replacement in standard fantasy league formats during either the current season (or previous year during the offseason) and adjusts for positional bust rates. VOS rank in parenthesis spans all positions, enabling player comparisons across QB's, RB's, WR's, and TE's.

Popularity Index

#229

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Jarvis Landry Injury History

Low
Medium
High
Games Missed
Injury Reports
Knee injury
Week 11 (2021)
0
0
MCL sprain
Week 2 (2021)
4
5
Ribs injury
Week 5 (2020)
0
1
Ankle sprain
Week 7 (2019)
0
1
Concussion
Week 4 (2019)
0
1
Sacrum fracture & labral tear
Preseason (2019)
0
0
Knee sprain
Week 2 (2018)
0
1
Knee strain
Week 2 (2017)
0
2
Shoulder strain
Week 9 (2016)
0
3
Shoulder strain
Week 3 (2016)
0
1
Shoulder contusion
Week 11 (2014)
0
1
Knee sprain
Week 11 (2015)
0
6

Jarvis Landry College Stats

Year Games Recs Rec Yds Tgt Share Catch Rate Special Teams Age School
2011 14 (WR) 4 (8 tgts) 43 (10.8 ypr) 2.9% 50.0% 42 18 LSU
2012 13 (WR) 56 (87 tgts) 573 (10.2 ypr) 24.4% 64.4% 83 19 LSU
2013 13 (WR) 77 (104 tgts) 1193 (15.5 ypr) 31.9% 74.0% 0 20 LSU

Who is Jarvis Landry

Jarvis Landry was part of the historical 2014 wide receiver class that includes current NFL receivers Beckham, Mike Evans, Brandin Cooks, Davante Adams, and Allen Robinson. A stacked WR class saw Landry slide to the end of the second round before the Miami Dolphins drafted him 63rd overall.

He was an immediate contributor for the Dolphins as a rookie in 2014, finishing with 84 (No. 14) receptions on 112 (No. 31) targets. As a slot receiver, he only manufactured 758 (No. 43) receiving yards. 2015 would start a five-year stretch of being named to the Pro Bowl. His 166 targets were the most of his career and the 110 receptions and 1157 yards were second-most in his career. In 2016, Landry’s targets (131) and receptions (94) would decline despite playing all 16 games. Landry would make up for the lack of volume by maximizing his opportunities. Landry would lead the league in Yards After Catch with 612, surpassing his 524 (No. 39) Completed Air Yards. To this point in his career, Landry was a volume receiver, but hadn’t topped five receiving touchdowns in a season. In 2017, Landry would score 9 (No. 3) touchdowns to go along with league-leading 112 receptions. This would result in Landry’s fantasy football peak of 16.2 (No. 4) fantasy points per game.

A dispute between Landry and the Dolphins in how much Landry was worth led to him being traded to the Cleveland Browns in the 2018 offseason, where he signed a five-year, $75.5 million contract. The contract made him the sixth-highest paid wide receiver. Landry was heavily featured in 2018 and 2019 by the Browns. However, Baker Mayfield and Landry were unable to get on the same page. He never saw a Target Accuracy top the top-75 and Landry would fail to finish inside the top-10 in receiving yards or receptions in either season.

In 2019, the Browns traded for Odell Beckham. With this acquisition, Odell emerged as the No. 1 receiving option at the expense of Landry’s target volume. By 2020, Landry as a secondary option put up 840 receiving yards, his lowest since his rookie season. To this point of his career he hadn’t missed games due to injury. In 2021, he injured his MCL missing games for the first time in his eight-year career. Landry’s cap hit in 2022 is the 12th-highest among wide receivers, making his future in Cleveland uncertain.