Robby Anderson

  • Height
    6' 3"
  • Weight
    190 lbs
  • Arm Length
    30" (10th)
Robby Anderson headshot
  • Draft Pick
    Undrafted 2016
  • College
    Temple
  • Age
    29.4
Overall rank
WR33
2022

Robby Anderson Bio & Season Stats

Year Games Tgts Rec Rec Yds YPR Air Yds Rec TD Fantasy Pts/Game
2022 2 13 8 134 16.8 118 1 12.7 (#34)
2021 17 110 53 519 9.8 1072 5 8.1 (#56)
2020 16 136 95 1096 11.5 1328 3 14.0 (#29)
2019 16 96 52 778 15.0 1454 5 10.0 (#54)
2018 14 93 50 752 15.0 1529 6 11.2 (#39)
2017 16 114 63 941 14.9 1521 7 12.5 (#23)
2016 14 78 42 587 14.0 1232 2 8.2 (#74)
  • College Dominator
    34.8% (70th)
  • College YPR
    15.7 (63rd)
  • College Target Share
    27.8% (85th)
  • Breakout Age
    20.3 (53rd)

Robby Anderson Advanced Stats & Metrics

Value Over Stream

+1.9
(#85)

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.

2022

Snap Share

2022

Target Share

2022

Fantasy Points

Robby Anderson ADP

162.10
(0.37)
Average Draft Position (2022)
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14.06 Pick
WR75 Rank

Popularity Index

#182

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Robby Anderson Injury History

Low
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Games Missed
Injury Reports
Hip soreness
Preseason (2022)
0
0
Groin strain
Preseason (2022)
0
0
Quadriceps strain
Week 17 (2021)
0
1
Hamstring strain
Preseason (2021)
0
0
Calf strain
Week 17 (2019)
0
1
Calf strain
Preseason (2019)
0
1
Ankle sprain
Week 7 (2018)
2
3
Hamstring strain
Week 16 (2016)
0
1

Robby Anderson College Stats

Year Games Recs Rec Yds Tgt Share Catch Rate Rec TDs Special Teams Age School
2013 10 (WR) 44 (78 tgts) 791 (18 ypr) 18.7% 56.4% 9 250 20 Temple
2015 14 (WR) 70 (122 tgts) 939 (13.4 ypr) 27.8% 57.4% 7 183 22 Temple

Who is Robby Anderson

Following the 2015 season, Robby Anderson would enter the NFL Draft only to go undrafted despite a 4.41 40 time and a 103.2 (79th-percentile) speed score. The New York Jets would sign Anderson to a three-year, $1.63 million contract soon after the draft, who he went on to play four seasons with.

In his four seasons with the Jets, Anderson amassed 207 receptions for 3,509 yards and 20 touchdowns, before being signed by the Carolina Panthers and his old college coach, Matt Rhule during the 2020 offseason. Following his signing with the Panthers, Anderson posted his best season to date, when he caught a career-high 90 passes for 1,096 yards and three touchdowns. In that season, Anderson totaled 1,328 air yards, saw 22 targets and was the WR8 in target share at 26.3%. He also ranked fifth in yards after the catch with 486. He ranked 12th in total deep balls (22) on 548 routes run, but also had seven drops. He also ranked fifth in total YAC with 486 yards thanks in part to his elite speed.

Things appeared to be looking up for Anderson heading into 2021, but the success he saw in 2020 proved difficult to replicate. After the Panthers went on to trade for Sam Darnold, and sign Cam Newton following an injury to Darnold, things derailed for Anderson in a big way. He posted a career-low 519 receiving yards on 53 receptions despite finishing the year with 110 targets, which ranked as the 27th most targets for any wide receiver in the league. His production was hampered by underwhelming quarterback play that featured a target quality rating of 4.32, which ranked 94th amongst wide receivers, while the 6.2 target accuracy he saw ranked 110th.

Heading into his age 29 season, Anderson should still have plenty in the tank if Carolina can fix its woes on the offensive side of the ball, particularly at quarterback. An underwhelming 2021 will likely deflate his ADP in 2022 drafts, but there’s plenty of reason to believe in a bounce back season following what was arguably the worst year of his career.