College: Temple | 4 years
Height: 6'3" | Weight: 190 lbs
Birth Date: 5/9/1993
Depth Chart: WR1.1
2019 Bye Week: 4
Total Pts: 0.00
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 0 WR
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New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson caught one of three targets for six yards and a touchdown in a win over the Redskins Sunday. Anderson has now reached the point in fantasy where he disappoints his owners even when he scores a touchdown as this is the second straight week he's made only one catch. Quarterback Sam Darnold just seems to have a better connection with Jamison Crowder and Ryan Griffin than with Anderson as Darnold has struggled to get the ball downfield to Anderson all season. He'll remain a boom-or-bust flex option in deeper leagues with more favorable matchups on the horizon.
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson had just one catch for six yards in Week 11 against the Washington Redskins, but at least it was good for a touchdown.
Fantasy Spin: Anderson was targeted three times to eight targets for Jamison Crowder, while Demaryius Thomas and TE Ryan Griffin also were targeted five times. Anderson has some fantasy appeal, but he obviously needs a lot more in the way of targets.
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson has 13 total receptions in five games since QB Sam Darnold returned from a bout with mono.
Fantasy Spin: He actually had a big performance in Darnold's first game back, but Anderson has just eight catches for 97 yards in the last four games combined. A Week 11 matchup with Washington looks good on paper, but he is a big-play dependent flex option, at best.
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson (back, shoulder) fully participated in practice Friday, Nov. 15, and is not on the injury report for Week 11.
Fantasy Spin: Anderson has been held to three catches or less in six games this season. He should have a favorable matchup this week and can still be a flex option in some deeper leagues.
New York Jets LB C.J. Mosley (groin), DB Matthias Farley (quad), OL Ryan Kalil (knee) and LB Paul Worrilow (quad) were unable to practice Friday, Nov. 15, and have been ruled out for Week 11 against the New York Jets. CB Darryl Roberts (calf) did not practice all week and is listed as doubtful. RB Le'Veon Bell (ribs, knee, illness), LB Brandon Copeland (hip, thumb), LB Neville Hewitt (neck, knee), OL Alex Lewis (elbow), DL Steve McLendon (neck), OL Kelvin Beachum (ankle) and WR Demaryius Thomas (knee, hamstring) were limited in practice Friday and are listed as questionable. DL Henry Anderson (shoulder) was upgraded to full practice Friday and is also listed as questionable. WR Robby Anderson was a limited participant in practice all week but no longer appears on the injury report. RB Josh Adams (illness), QB Sam Darnold (thumb), WR Jamison Crowder (knee, quad), WR Braxton Berrios (hamstring, hip), TE Ryan Griffin (ankle), OL Tom Compton (back), LB Jordan Jenkins (calf), DB Blessuan Austin (knee) and DB Nate Hairston (thumb, knee) fully participated in practice Friday and have also been removed from the injury report.
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson (back, shoulder) was limited during practice Thursday, Nov. 14.
Fantasy Spin: Anderson has been held to under 50 yards in six of the last seven games. He should still see a decent amount of targets this week and could be a flex option in some leagues because of the favorable matchup.
New York Jets wide receivers Robby Anderson (back, shoulder) and Demaryius Thomas (hamstring, knee) were both limited in practice on Wednesday. Barring a setback this week, both players should be able to play in Week 11 in a nice matchup against the Redskins. Anderson has been a bust this year with quarterback Sam Darnold taking a step back. He has just one touchdown in nine games and has only three catches for 44 yards the last two weeks. Until Darnold displays some chemistry downfield with Anderson, he'll be a boom/bust WR4/5. Thomas had a useful six catches for 89 yards in the Week 10 win, but he's also more of a WR4/5 in this shaky offense.
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson (back, shoulder) was limited during practice Wednesday, Nov. 13.
Fantasy Spin: Anderson was limited to one catch for 11 yards last week but has been targeted at least five times in three of the last five games. He should have more success against the Washington Redskins and can be a flex option in deeper leagues.
New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson (back, shoulder) was limited in practice Wednesday. A "limited" tag for Wednesday's practice usually means the player is in no real danger of missing the game Sunday, but it's a situation to monitor for fantasy managers. Anderson has been a massive disappointment in fantasy this season with only one game over 100 yards and just one touchdown on the season playing in a hapless Jets offense. Assuming the injuries are minor, and Anderson suits up Sunday, he'll be a boom-or-bust flex option in a good matchup with the Redskins.
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson caught one pass for 11 yards against the New York Giants in Week 10. He was targeted three times during the game.
Fantasy Spin: Anderson has been held to under 20 yards in four of his nine games and has 50 yards or more in only two of those games. He appears to be behind Demaryius Thomas and Jamison Crowder in terms of targets and can be benched next week if fantasy players have better options.
New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson caught one of three targets for 11 yards in a win over the Giants Sunday. For what it's worth, Anderson did draw a key pass interference penalty in the end zone to set up a Le'Veon Bell touchdown, but in fantasy football that isn't going to move the needle. Anderson has been a monumental disappointment in fantasy only topping 100 yards once in nine games this season with just one touchdown. He has big-play ability, but right now QB Sam Darnold just seems to have a better connection throwing to Jamison Crowder and Demaryius Thomas. Anderson will be a boom-or-bust flex play yet again in Week 11 vs the Redskins.
New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson will look to finally get going this season vs the Giants on Sunday. Anderson has just one touchdown and one hundred yard game on the season as the Jets offense has struggled to protect the quarterback and get the ball downfield where Anderson can make plays. As frustrating as Anderson has been for fantasy, he has a great matchup this week vs a Giants secondary that allows the second-most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers. Given there are six teams on bye this week, there are worse options to start in the flex spot than Anderson as he's always a threat to make one big play to have a nice game for fantasy.
New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson caught two of four targets for 33 scoreless yards in a loss to the Dolphins Sunday. It was a disappointing game for the big-play receiver in a good matchup vs one of the NFL's worst secondaries as the Jets could get nothing going downfield. Anderson had one wide-open opportunity for a long touchdown but quarterback Sam Darnold missed him. Other than that play, Darnold didn't give Anderson many looks as Darnold was under pressure all afternoon and was content to check down to RB Le'Veon Bell and slot receiver Jamison Crowder. Anderson is good when he makes the big play but the Jets simply don't take enough downfield shots for fantasy owners to trust Anderson as more than a boom-or-bust WR3.
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson caught two passes for 33 yards against the Miami Dolphins in Week 9. He was targeted four times during the game.
Fantasy Spin: Anderson has been targeted at least six times in three of the last four games but has been held to under 50 yards in five of the last six games. He still has a role in the passing game but may only be a flex option in leagues at this point.
New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson has been a major letdown thus far in 2019 with the Jets offense struggling to throw the ball downfield, but that could change in a big way Sunday against the lowly Dolphins. Miami is a top-10 defense in points allowed to opposing wide receivers and have allowed a ton of big plays through the passing game. Anderson has an average depth of target of 13.6 yards and the one game this season he was good for fantasy included a 92-yard catch and run for a touchdown. Anderson has always been a boom-or-bust fantasy option based on his reliance on the big play but should be able to exploit this secondary for a big play or two making him a solid WR2/3 play in fantasy.
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson caught four of his six targets for 43 yards in a 29-15 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 8.
Fantasy Spin: Outside of a monster performance in Week 6, Anderson has struggled this season. There's no denying his big-play ability, but he is simply too unreliable for fantasy owners to trust.
New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson made four catches for 43 scoreless yards in what might be his final game as a member of the Jets. Anderson lead the team with six targets, but has also been the subject of trade rumors ahead of Tuesday's trade deadline amid another lost season for the Jets. Anderson is in the final year of his contract so it would make sense for the one-win Jets to move him to acquire 2020 draft capital if they can find a taker. If Anderson is still on the team, he'll have a great matchup in Miami next Sunday and would be in the WR3 conversation in fantasy.
The Oakland Raiders are one of the team's interested in acquiring New York Jets WR Robby Anderson, according to The Athletic's Connor Hughes.
Fantasy Spin: Oakland makes sense as a destination with injuries and the Antonio Brown fiasco having severely thinned the team's receiving corps. We'll see if the two teams can get together on compensation.
The New York Jets have made it clear to other teams that wide receiver Robby Anderson is available before the Oct. 29 trade deadline for the right price, according to sources. The Jets are looking to add 2020 draft capital in the midst of another lost season. The Eagles had interest in Anderson last year, but the Jets held onto him. Anderson is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent after this year and has 17 catches for 266 yards and one touchdown in six games. He's led the team in catches each of the last two seasons and had his breakout in 2017. Anderson is more appealing as a WR3 in fantasy with Sam Darnold back in the fold, although there is still a lot of volatility. If he were to be traded, Jamison Crowder and Demaryius Thomas would become more attractive to fantasy owners.
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson can reportedly be had before the Oct. 29 trade deadline 'for the right price,' according to sources via the New York Daily News' Manish Mehta.