WR Robby Anderson - New York Jets
|6-3, 190||Born: 5-9-1993||College: Temple||Drafted: ---|
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2017 Week 17 vs NE (3 / 1 / 2 / 0 rec, 1 / 1 / 0 rush)
Robby Anderson made one catch for a short gain before suffering a concussion. Stephon Gilmore delivered a cheap hit that led to this concussion. Anderson fell 50 yards short of 1,000 yards, but overall, had a productive season.
2017 Week 16 vs LAC (7 / 5 / 51 / 0 rec)
Anderson ran his normal route tree, which features short-to-intermediate crossing routes and was the defined first read on the majority of his routes. Anderson had a long catch-and-run of 16 yards on play action. Anderson sat down in Los Angeles' zone coverage and made a tough grab before taking a big hit.
2017 Week 15 vs NO (12 / 5 / 40 / 0 rec)
Despite being matched up against talented rookie corner, Marshon Lattimore, Anderson was peppered with a team-high 12 targets. He ran his normal route tree, which features short-to-intermediate crossing routes and was the defined first read on the majority of his routes. Lattimore was physical with Anderson at the line of scrimmage, but the talented young receiver worked through him. He had a long grab of 15 yards on a sideline route.
2017 Week 14 vs DEN (6 / 3 / 27 / 0 rec)
Even the admirable Robby Anderson was unable to overcome this mess. New York's wide receivers were complete afterthoughts, but Anderson still made a few plays. Anderson had a long catch of 14 yards on a sideline route.
2017 Week 13 vs KC (12 / 8 / 107 / 0 rec, 1 / 7 / 0 rush)
Robby Anderson's five-game scoring streak ended, but he continued to dominate targets. Anderson has primarily been an outside receiver, but New York moved him into the slot to avoid Marcus Peters. It was a great game plan because Anderson dominated his match-up against Steven Nelson. Overall, Anderson brutalized Kansas City's overmatched secondary on intermediate and crossing routes. Anderson had a long catch-and-run of 26 yards on a deep cross route. The timing and anticipation between Anderson and McCown is special as this young receiver continues to mature and get better.
2017 Week 12 vs CAR (10 / 6 / 146 / 2 rec)
Five-in-a-row. For the fifth straight week, Robby Anderson scored a touchdown. In fact, Anderson added two touchdowns to his season total. In the second quarter, McCown delivered a 33-yard touchdown strike. Anderson, who was running a deep post route, out-ran double coverage, and completed the scoring play with some nifty footwork in the back of the end zone. In the third quarter, McCown and Anderson hooked up for a 54-yard touchdown a 'school-yard football'-esque play. McCown rolled out of the pocket to prolong the play, pointed downfield, effectively calling his shot, prompting Anderson to cut off his comeback route and go-long. Safety, Kurt Coleman wasn't able to recover as McCown lofted the ball deep to a wide-open Anderson. Outside of the scoring plays, Anderson made some tough grabs against Carolina's zone coverage. Working primarily against James Bradford, Anderson made grabs of 20 yards and 28 yards respectively on deep in-breaking routes. Anderson keeps refining his route running and has been a weekly source of big plays.
2017 Week 10 vs TB (7 / 4 / 85 / 1 rec)
Four-in-a-row. For the fourth straight week, Anderson scored a touchdown. Late in the fourth quarter, McCown and Anderson hooked up for a 38-yard score on a deep sideline route. McCown dropped in a back shoulder dime as Anderson scooted into the end zone. Outside of the scoring play, Anderson was a fixture on 3rd downs and made some tough grabs over the middle. Anderson was targeted on McCown's lone interception, but McCown air-mailed him.
2017 Week 9 vs BUF (5 / 4 / 48 / 1 rec)
Three-in-a-row. For the third straight week, Anderson scored a 15+ yard touchdown. In the third quarter, McCown and Anderson hooked up for a 25-yard touchdown on a deep sideline route. Matched up against rookie, TreDavious White, who had safety help, Anderson simply ran by the defenders as McCown dropped a dime in the back of the end zone. Anderson's speed and route running ability helped him win against the inexperienced rookie defender.
2017 Week 8 vs ATL (6 / 6 / 104 / 1 rec, 1 / 1 / 0 rush)
After last week's late game outburst, the talented young receiver bounced back with a strong performance against a talented secondary. In the second quarter, Anderson and McCown hooked up for a 24-yard score. Matched up against Desmond Trufant in man coverage, Anderson used a double move to beat Trufant and made a diving grab in the back of the end zone. In the third quarter, Anderson beat Robert Alford for a 32-yard gain on a deep sideline route. Anderson made a sensational diving grab to complete the play, but McCown threw a pinpoint pass to get it there.
2017 Week 7 vs MIA (5 / 3 / 35 / 1 rec)
Anderson had some good and bad moments. In the first quarter, McCown hit Anderson for an 18-yard touchdown on a post route. Anderson badly beat rookie, Cordrea Tankersley, who looked completely lost on the play. Late in the fourth quarter, Anderson flung his helmet across the field in frustration, leading to a 15-yard penalty.
2017 Week 6 vs NE (12 / 4 / 76 / 0 rec)
Anderson had some good and bad momentsˇand unfortunately was injured late in the game. In the first half, he registered one catch for 32 yards on a deep sideline route, but was targeted on McCown's costly first half interception that led to a New England touchdown. Anderson strung the route out, allowing Butler to undercut and intercept. In the fourth quarter, Anderson prolonged the game by securing a 32-yard gain on a deep seam route on fourth down. Three plays later, he was injured as New York turned the ball over on downs to end the game.
2017 Week 5 vs CLE (5 / 2 / 16 / 0 rec)
Another week, another quiet performance by Anderson. Anderson once again had trouble creating separation at the line of scrimmage and settled for short gains on crossing routes.
2017 Week 4 vs JAX (6 / 3 / 59 / 0 rec)
It was a quiet game for Robby Anderson, who was primarily matched up against AJ Bouye. Anderson had one notable grab, a 41-yard gain in the fourth quarter on a deep sideline route. Anderson created separation from Bouye and made a diving grab.
2017 Week 3 vs MIA (6 / 3 / 95 / 1 rec)
Robby Anderson made the play of the game, hooking with up Josh McCown for a 69-yard touchdown in the second quarter. Anderson ran by Anterraun Verner, who in man coverage, adjusted to McCown's deep ball and ran unopposed into the end zone to complete the scoring play. This play gave New York a 10-0 lead, a lead that it would not relinquish.
2017 Week 2 vs OAK (4 / 2 / 28 / 0 rec)
Robby Anderson made a few nice catches over the middle, but Kearse seemed to be McCown's preferred target. Anderson worked the short-to-intermediate areas of the field, hauling in a 19-yarder on a cross route for his long-play of the game.
2017 Week 1 vs BUF (8 / 4 / 22 / 0 rec)
Robby Anderson made a few nice catches over the middle, but Kearse seemed to be McCown's preferred target. Towards the end of the game, Anderson ran a deep sideline route and made a leaping grab. Anderson and safety, Jordan Poyer battled for the ball, but Anderson came down with the ball. The official ruled Poyer made the interception, a curious call, given the outcome of the play.
Latest NewsJets | Robby Anderson not done with Jets (Thu Feb 8, 12:22 PM) - New York Jets WR Robby Anderson will not be released despite his off-field issues, which most recently consist of a recent arrest for several charges, according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. He is just 24 years old and will 'only' cost $630,000 in 2018. Our View: Despite this, you have to assume that the Jets appetite for more nonsense like Anderson has been involved with off the field is likely very small. Consider this his final chance with the New York Jets.
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