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Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Date of Birth:  05/09/1993
Age:  29
Height  6'3"
Weight:   190
College:  Temple
Drafted:  2016 | Undrafted
Depth Chart:  Starter

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR


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Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

The Panthers are signing Robby Anderson to a two-year, $29.5-million extension, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

While a short-term deal, this is very surprising news with Carolina also having D.J. Moore and second-round Terrace Marshall Jr.—not to mention Christian McCaffrey at running back—on the roster, but the team obviously places a priority on skill-position talent. We have Anderson below Moore in the redraft rankings by a significant margin, but this extension might mean the former Temple standout should be moved up as a key part of the offense.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

The Panthers are signing Robby Anderson.

Anderson will reunite with his college head coach (Matt Rhule) in Carolina, and he will immediately slide into the starting lineup between D.J. Moore and Curtis Samuel on the wide receiver depth chart. The Panthers seemed like the ideal team to potentially draft a bigger wideout (such as Denzel Mims, who Rhule coached at Baylor) to complete their offense, but instead they are opting for another speedster by signing Anderson. From a fantasy perspective, this is probably a poor landing spot for the former Jet because he will be the third offensive option behind Christian McCaffrey and Moore, but hopefully Rhule's offense is able to be explosive enough to lift everyone up with Teddy Bridgewater operating as the efficient point guard.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson (calf) is active for Week 17.

Anderson will avoid Tre’Davious White as the Bills rest up for the playoffs, but he is still in a somewhat difficult spot against a well-coached defense. Still, the upside makes Anderson worth using in lineups for those trying to win a fantasy title. 

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson (calf) is officially listed as questionable for Week 17.

We expect Anderson will be good to go for Sunday against the Bills, but check back in to ensure that he's active if you're planning to use him in fantasy lineups.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson (calf) is officially active against the Bills.

Anderson was listed as questionable after he was limited in practice during the week, but he’s ready to go for the Jets’ season opener. Consider Anderson a boom/bust FLEX option for Week 1 against Tre’Davious White and company.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson (calf) is officially questionable for Week 1.

Anderson is expected to play against the Bills on Sunday, but check back in ahead of kickoff to ensure he's active.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson (calf) is "trending in the right direction."

Jets head coach Adam Gase said last week that Anderson is day-to-day. We anticipate he'll be ready go for Week 1, but it's possible he's listed as questionable on the injury report when it's released on Friday.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson has a calf injury.

Jets head coach Adam Gase says Anderson is day-to-day, so it doesn't sound like this is something that puts his Week 1 status in jeopardy. Expect Anderson to return to practice soon. This would only get concerning if Anderson is listed on the Week 1 injury report leading up to the season opener against the Bills.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson is optimistic about his usage under Adam Gase.

Anderson says he "definitely" should become a 1,000-yard receiver this season, and he went into how he's confident new Jets head coach Adam Gase will use him properly. The speedy receiver says it's been frustrating that he's been used as more of a straight-line deep threat because "you know that you should be getting at least a 10-targets-a-game receiver because you know the impact you have on the game and that's not given to you. You've proven that. Now, I have a coach that's going to utilize me as a player and not just make me run straight down the field." Anderson also said this year is going to be "lights out" and that his "eyes are on the prize more than ever" as he enters a contract year. The oft-troubled receiver also says he hasn't had to deal with "off-field allegations" this year (as if he didn't put himself in those situations with arrests in the previous two offseasons). The fact that Anderson is throwing a ten-target-per-game number out there could be a concern in the locker room if things don't work out that way this season, but there is optimism about his potential after the connection he showed with quarterback Sam Darnold toward the end of last season. Anderson will be a mid-round pick in fantasy drafts this summer.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

The Jets have placed a second-round tender on Robby Anderson, according to Ian Rapoport.

So, other teams will have a chance to sign Anderson, but New York would have a chance to match, and they'd get a second-round pick in return if they decide not to. The tender almost certainly means Anderson will be back with the Jets, and that's probably the best destination for him considering what new head coach Adam Gase was able to do with deep threat Kenny Stills in Miami. Anderson's connection with franchise quarterback Sam Darnold showed promise toward the end of the 2018 season.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson held in check as New York falls to New England, 38-3.

Anderson caught three-of-eight targets for 24 yards. The Temple product had a slow start to the year, but he finishes with a 50/752/6 receiving line and averaged a career-high 15.0 yards per reception. Anderson will enter 2019 as a starter alongside Quincy Enunwa, and it will be interesting to see if the Jets are able to get a top-end WR1 via the draft, trade, or free agency. If not, Anderson will be a quality pick in the middle rounds of fantasy drafts next summer.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson stays hot in Week 16.

Following up 4/76/1 and 7/96/1 outings the last two games, Anderson had another strong week against the Packers, catching nine passes for 140 yards and a touchdown. The touchdown came when Anderson got wide-open deep on a fake screen for 33 yards. You can bet the Patriots will attempt to shut down Anderson, who was held to 22 yards in their first matchup, in the season finale next week; but he has some upside if you want to roll with him in fantasy championship lineups.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson scores in Jets' loss.

Anderson caught seven passes for 96 yards and a touchdown in the Week 15 Saturday loss to the Texans. The score came at the end of the first half when he got through bracket coverage and made himself available in the end zone for a short touchdown. He made some tough catches throughout the game, but he couldn't come up with a pass he probably should've had late in the game for a would-be first down. Fantasy wise, this was a rewarding day for owners that inserted him into their lineups in a great matchup. Anderson will look to keep it going next weekend against the Packers.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson scores in Jets' win.

Anderson caught four passes (on seven targets) for 76 yards and a touchdown, leading the Jets in all categories against the Bills. Anderson was on the receiving end of a great seven-yard touchdown on a scramble from Sam Darnold, and this was a strong showing in a tough matchup with Buffalo. This Saturday against the Texans, Anderson has a pretty good matchup against a secondary that can be beaten deep; ideally, you'll have a stronger option for your fantasy lineup in the second week of the playoffs, though.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson caught four passes for 48 yards in Sunday's loss to Tennessee.

Anderson led the team in all receiving categories (including targets with seven), but the Jets couldn't take advantage of a struggling Titans cornerback group. The Temple product has shown chemistry with Josh McCown over the past two years, but he likely falls off the FLEX radar for Week 14 as Sam Darnold (foot) hopefully returns to the lineup.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson (ankle) is active against the Titans.

Anderson is likely to be at less than 100%, so he’s difficult to trust in Week 13 fantasy lineups.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson (ankle) is officially listed as questionable to face the Titans.

Anderson continues to battle an ankle issue, and he's probably a true game-time call for Sunday afternoon. Ideally, you'll have a better fantasy option for your Week 13 fantasy lineup, but Anderson's status will be known by an hour and a half before the Jets' 4:05 PM ET kickoff on Sunday.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson catches two passes in Week 12.

Anderson was limited by an ankle injury coming into the game, and he gained 22 yards on his two receptions against the Patriots. He was targeted on a deep shot to the end zone, but Stephon Gilmore was right there in coverage and made an easy interception on an underthrown pass. There are probably better FLEX options out there in standard-sized leagues for Week 13, as the Titans are a challenging matchup for Anderson.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson (ankle) is active against the Patriots.

Anderson has alternated a missed game with playing the last three games, and he’s back after the Jets’ bye week. The speedy receiver is reportedly going to be in a limited role today, so he’ll need a big play to deliver FLEx value in fantasy lineups.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson (ankle) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Patriots.

Anderson looks like a coin toss for Week 12, but fantasy owners would ideally have a better option available either way. For those who are forced to roll with Anderson, he will probably see a heavy dose of Stephon Gilmore and/or plenty of coverage over the top, making him a low-floor FLEX option that probably needs a big play to pay off.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson (ankle) is out for Week 10.

Anderson was listed as doubtful coming into today, so this was expected. Consider Anderson week-to-week with his ankle injury. The good news is the Jets have a bye next week, which could give him time to get ready for the Jets’ next game in Week 12.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson (ankle) is listed as doubtful for Week 10.

Anderson was listed as questionable last week before playing, but it doesn't look like he'll be able to play through the ankle injury this week. His status will be known by 11:30 AM ET on Sunday, but Anderson would be difficult to trust in fantasy lineups even if he is active.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson catches four passes in Week 9.

Anderson gained 32 yards on his four receptions against the Dolphins, and he also had one carry for one yard. The Jets reportedly received a trade offer from the Eagles for Anderson ahead of the deadline, but they apparently think his presence is key to help the development of rookie quarterback Sam Darnold. Still, Anderson is not a highly-recommended fantasy option right now.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson (ankle) is active against the Dolphins.

Anderson is back after missing one game, but he’s not a highly-recommended FLEX option. He’ll likely need a big play down the field to deliver solid Week 9 fantasy value.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson (ankle) is listed as questionable for Week 9.

Anderson looks like a true game-time call for Sunday against the Dolphins. If active, he'll have upside against a beatable secondary, but he's not a highly-recommended fantasy option as a volatile scorer.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson (ankle) did not practice today.

We'll see how Anderson is listed on the official Week 9 injury report when it's released tomorrow, but his status isn't looking good after two missed practices to start the week.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson (ankle) did not practice today.

After being listed as doubtful before ultimately being ruled out in Week 8, Anderson might not be close to a return. However, we'll see if he is able to hit the practice field tomorrow and/or Friday.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson (ankle) is inactive versus the Bears.

Anderson was listed as doubtful when the injury report was released, so this was expected. Expect Jermaine Kearse to be the top wide receiver for Sam Darnold against Chicago.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson (ankle) is listed as doubtful for Week 8.

Anderson's ankle sprain is relatively serious, so he's unlikely to play this weekend. The Jets have dealt with a ton of injuries at receiver this season, which is unideal for a rookie quarterback. Anderson will likely be ruled out on Sunday, so be sure to go in a different direction for your fantasy lineup.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson catches three passes in Jets' loss.

Anderson gained 44 yards on his three receptions against the Vikings. He drew a team-high ten targets, but it was difficult to get much going against Xavier Rhodes and company. Anderson was called for a penalty late in the game because he threw the ball toward an official after he thought there was a missed pass interference call. It's yet another display of immaturity from Anderson, who has had trouble on and off the field since entering the NFL. Anderson faces the Bears next week.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson catches three passes against the Colts.

Anderson gained 39 yards on his three receptions (five targets) in the Week 6 win. While he'll have some big weeks like he did in Week 5 against the Broncos, Anderson is difficult to trust in fantasy lineups as a boom/bust option.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson catches two long touchdowns in Week 5.

Anderson was able to get behind Broncos cornerback Bradley Roby twice in the Jets' victory, as he and Sam Darnold connected on scores of 76 and 35 yards. Overall, Anderson had three receptions for 123 yards and two touchdowns. Anderson has very good ability as a deep threat, but this was his first game with over 50 yards this season. He's just a boom/bust FLEX option next week against the Colts.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson catches two passes against the Jaguars.

Anderson gained 18 yards on his two receptions (six targets). Through four games, the third-year receiver is on pace for 32 receptions for 432 yards and four touchdowns. He should have some big games moving forward, but Anderson is off the fantasy radar in most leagues.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson loses fumble in Jets' loss.

Anderson caught two-of-four targets for 22 yards against the Browns, but he had the ball tripped and turned over by Browns rookie cornerback Denzel Ward in Jets territory. Anderson has 90 yards and a touchdown through three games, and Quincy Enunwa is clearly the Jets receiver to own on fantasy teams. He's just a boom/bust player with more busts than booms for now.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson fumbles in Week 2.

Anderson caught three-of-five targets for 27 yards and lost a fumble against the Dolphins, so it wasn't one of his best games. There's some concern with Quincy Enunwa being Sam Darnold's favorite target, so Anderson is difficult to trust in fantasy lineups right now.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson catches long touchdown in Jets' win.

Anderson had one reception in Sam Darnold's first time under-center in the NFL, but he made it count by making a nice grab on a pass to the end zone for a 41-yard touchdown—the first os Darnold's career. Anderson also received a carry, but it went for -9 yards. Consider Anderson a boom/bust-type of FLEX option for Week 2 against the Dolphins.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Jets wide receivers coach Karl Dorrell thinks Robby Anderson "is really going to explode" this season.

Dorrell believes the third-year receiver, who has been a very good deep threat through two NFL seasons, will become a more all-around player in 2018. Dorrell said: "There are some different roles on our team, doing secondary jobs to help other people out and I think that is something he will learn and grow with. He'll be better at that now and he knows the scope of it. I think Robby is really going to explode and become a more complete player because of it." The 2016 undrafted free agent has had off-field issues but says he's more mature now and owes the Jets the world because they stuck by him. After coming 59 yards short of the mark last season, Anderson has obvious 1,000-yard upside in 2018.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

UPDATE: There is no arrest warrant out for Robby Anderson.

Yesterday, it was reported that Anderson did not appear in court for his reckless driving charge, and therefore the warrant was issued. However, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo spoke to Anderon's attorney, Ed O'Donnell, who says it was a clerical error and that they were not notified that Anderson was supposed to appear in court yesterday. This is good to hear, as Anderson doesn't need any more trouble after he's been arrested twice since the start of 2017. Unless he is suspended by the NFL for his off-field issues and misses games, Anderson has a chance at 1,000 yards this season.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

There is an arrest warrant out for Robby Anderson, according to Andy Slater.

Anderson was arrested back in January and initially had felony charges against him, but the charges were dismissed and changed to misdemeanor reckless driving. However, he apparently did not show up to court today, which is just another bad sign for a young receiver that's been in trouble too much. Anderson also has an upcoming August trial for his Miami arrest from last year. We'll see what comes of this, but it wouldn't be surprising if the Jets simply have enough with Anderson at some point.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson has had his felony arrest charges from January dropped, according to Andy Slater.

Anderson was facing several charges from the January arrest in which he allegedly did 60 MPH over the speed limit and then threatened the police officer who arrested him, but Slater says Anderson now only has one misdemeanor count of reckless driving. It could have been a lot worse, but the Forward State Attorney told Slater there was "insufficient evidence" for the other chargers. Still, the ordeal is a concern, and Anderson, who has previously gotten in trouble with the law, could still be facing NFL discipline.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson was arrested early this morning on several charges, according to Andy Slater.

Slater apparently obtained an image of the mugshot from Anderson's arrest in South Florida, and he says the Jets receiver is facing "several serious chargers" including harm to a public servant, reckless driving, eluding police, and resisting arrest. Anderson was also arrested last year for resisting arrest and obstruction of justice after allegedly fighting a police officer, and it's clear the 2016 undrafted receiver needs to get his act together off the field. The NFL is not going to like this, and there's a good chance he's facing a suspension at some point—likely to start next season.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson doesn't do much in Week 17.

Anderson had one reception for two yards and one carry for one yard against the Patriots. Anderson did leave the game with an injury, but he appears to be fine. The regular season for the second-year receiver ends with 63 receptions for 941 yards and seven touchdowns, and he'll be a candidate for his first 1,000-yard season in 2018.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson leads the Jets in Week 16 receiving.

Anderson and the Jets receivers had to deal with a solid cornerback group for the Chargers, and he caught five passes for 51 yards in the loss. Anderson is some FLEX appeal for Week 17 against New England.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson caught five passes for 40 yards in Sunday's loss to New Orleans.

Anderson led the Jets in receptions with Josh McCown out of the lineup, but it's no surprise he didn't have a big game with Bryce Petty under center. Fantasy owners should probably look elsewhere in Week 16 against the Chargers, as Anderson will likely see a lot of Casey Hayward on Christmas Eve.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson, Jets offense held off the scoreboard in Week 14 loss.

Anderson led the team in receiving, but it was just three receptions for 27 yards on a day where New York completed eight total passes. Josh McCown was forced to leave after breaking his hand, and his absence down the stretch is a huge blow to Anderson and the rest of the offense. Suddenly, the WR2 option probably isn't even worth considering for fantasy lineups. If you need a roster spot, it'd probably be safe to drop Anderson heading into a matchup with Marshon Lattimore and the Saints.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson (hamstring) didn't finish practice today.

Anderson is dealing with a hamstring issue, but he was a full participant in yesterday's practice. Today, he didn't finish practice because of the hamstring, but NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that Anderson is thought to be OK. If Rapoport is accurate, it doesn't sound like there's much reason to be concerned for the second-year receiver's status for this Sunday. However, be sure to check back in tomorrow when the Jets release the official injury report for the game. Anderson would be a very good option in fantasy lineups against a Broncos teams that's been bad against the pass this season.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson goes over 100 yards in Jets' win.

Anderson was targeted a team-high 12 times against the Chiefs, catching eight passes for 107 yards. The second-year receiver did also add a seven-yard carry in the game. This ends Anderson's streak of five-straight games with a touchdown, but fantasy owners will take another 100-yard performance. Next week against a Broncos team is not nearly as imposing against receivers as the last few years, Anderson is at least a FLEX option.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson goes off in Week 12 loss.

Anderson caught six passes for 146 yards and two touchdowns, from 33 and 54 yards away. The second-year wideout has now scored in five-straight games, and he has at least 85 yards three times over that stretch. Anderson has played himself into the every-week WR2 conversation, but he will see a lot of Marcus Peters for Kansas City in Week 13. Still, it's tough not to ride the hot hand, especially with fantasy playoffs potentially on the line for many owners.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson scores in fourth-straight game, but Jets fall to Bucs.

Anderson caught four passes for 85 yards, including a 38-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. The second-year receiver has 35 receptions for 568 yards and five scores heading into the bye week, but he's not a must-own with a matchup against the Panthers in Week 12 if you need roster space.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson scores against the Bills.

Anderson was targeted five times tonight, catching four passes for 48 yards and a touchdown. The score was a 25-yarder on a throw to the end zone on a nice throw from quarterback Josh McCown. This makes three-straight weeks with a touchdown for the second-year receiver, so he'll look to keep it going in a good matchup with the Bucs in Week 10.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson goes over 100 yards, scores in Week 8 loss.

Anderson caught six passes for 104 yards, including a 24-yard touchdown where he beat Desmond Trufant on a go route. The Temple product has now scored in two-straight games, but he gets a difficult matchup against Tre'Davious White and the Bills on Thursday night. Buffalo held the deep threat to 22 yards in the season opener, and he's not a recommended fantasy option in Week 9.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson catches 18-yard touchdown in Week 7 loss.

It came in the first quarter, and Anderson finished with three catches for 35 yards and the score. The second-year receiver has had two-straight good games, but Atlanta will be a more difficult matchup for him next week. He's not a recommended fantasy option.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson (ankle) practiced fully today.

The second-year receiver will be ready to go against the Dolphins despite missing yesterday's practice. He had a 69-yard touchdown against Miami in their first matchup this season, so he has some boom potential as a FLEX play.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson (ankle) did not practice today.

This is probably just a minor issue, but we'll see if Anderson doesn't practice again tomorrow.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson caught four passes for 74 yards in Sunday's loss to the Patriots.

The deep threat is averaging 16.4 yards per catch in 2017, and next Sunday he will take on a Miami team that he scored a 69-yard touchdown against in Week 3. Anderson is worth a look in standard leagues.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson caught two passes for 16 yards in Sunday's win over the Browns.

Anderson is just a low-floor, big-play threat, but he gets a nice matchup with New England in Week 6. Tampa Bay's deep threat DeSean Jackson just went for 106 yards against the Patriots, but Anderson is in a more conservative offense. Still, he's worth considering in deeper leagues.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson caught three passes for 59 yards in Sunday's win over the Jaguars.

Anderson was the team's leading receiver, with most of his production coming on a 41-yard catch. The second-year player is a big-play threat, as he's averaging 17.0 yards per reception through four games. Anderson is a FLEX option in deeper leagues with a matchup against Cleveland in Week 5.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson catches long TD in Jets victory.

The second-year receiver had three receptions for 95 yards against the Dolphins, including a 69-yard touchdown on a go route where he easily got behind the defense. Anderson has a difficult matchup against the Jaguars corners in Week 4.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson catches two of four targets in Week 2.

Anderson had 28 yards on his two receptions against the Raiders. He should have some good games this season, but it appears Jermaine Kearse is Josh McCown's most trusted target and number one receiver, limiting Anderson's upside for now.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson gets eight Week 1 targets in Jets loss.

The second-year deep threat from Temple caught four of his targets for 22 yards. He gets the Raiders next week but isn't a reliable fantasy option, despite his upside.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson catches one pass in Jets' third preseason game.

The second-year receiver from Temple could only haul in one of his four targets, and it went for nine yards. He's the number one receiver for the Jets, so there's a chance he provides a lot of value on his current ADP outside the top 60 receivers.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson catches 53-yard bomb in Week 1 of the preseason.

Anderson caught all three of his targets for 71 yards, leading the Jets in receiving against the Titans. The 53-yard catch came from quarterback Josh McCown on the first drive of the game, and he nearly broke a tackle and got into the end zone but was down inside the five-yard line. With Quincy Enunwa out for the season with a neck injury, Anderson is a number one receiver and has good upside—he could be targeted a fair amount this season.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Jets receiver Robby Anderson was arrested at a concert in Miami, according to Andy Slater.

According to Slater, Anderson is facing a felony count of resisting arrest with violence, along with obstruction of justice. This is obviously not good news for Anderson, who could be facing discipline from the league. Anderson had a very good season as an undrafted rookie, emerging as a solid deep threat fro the Jets, but this could land in him the dog house.

Robby Anderson caught five passes for 43 yards against the Bills.

The undrafted rookie ends his rookie season with 42 receptions for 587 yards and two touchdowns. He almost certainly will have a role with the Jets next season as a deep threat.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Anderson held to zero catches in Week 16 loss.

The rookie was targeted three times but didn't connect with any of them. Anderson was hurting by the fact that Bryce Petty (shoulder) was replaced after throwing just three passes, and New England played stout defense as usual. He is just a weak FLEX for Week 17 against the Bills.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson has third straight great day.

Anderson is a bright spot for the Jets as an undrafted free agent out of Temple. He had four catches for 80 yards and a 40 yard touchdown against the Dolphins. Bryce Petty and his big arm like to go Anderson's way. He is a FLEX option next week against New England, but the Pats might try to take Anderson away.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson has a second straight productive game.

Anderson led the team in targets and receptions, finishing the day with six grabs for 99 yards. He added 12 yards rushing on two attempts. Anderson seems to be the receiver Petty is most comfortable with, which may make him a worthy flyer if you are desperate for a receiver. He doesn't have an easy matchup next this Saturday against the Dolphins, however.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson gets targeted heavily by Bryce Petty.

Anderson was targeted 12 times, four more times than anyone else on the Jets. He had four catches for 61 yards and a touchdown. The touchdown was on a 40-yard deep ball from Bryce Petty. Anderson also got deep two other times before that, but Bryce Petty overthrew both passes. Anderson might get a slight boost with Bryce Petty if Petty can improve his accuracy. He's a deeper league FLEX option.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson caught his two targets for 34 yards in Week 12 against New England.

Anderson did have a costly fumble in the game. Going into the bye week, Anderson looked poised to emerge as a regular threat in the Jet’s passing game. After the fumble, Fitzpatrick did not look his way again, but that will likely change next week as the Jets have high hopes for the undrafted rookie.

Robbie Anderson | Panthers WR

Robby Anderson leads Jets in receiving against LA.

Anderson had three catches for 69 yards. Anderson has been a good find for the Jets as an undrafted free agent, but he really isn't a fantasy option in his rookie year.