No. 2: Cleveland Browns WR Jarvis Landry in postseason form
There’s been a lot of attention paid to Cleveland Browns wide receivers this offseason. We have been discussing Odell Beckham, Jr. returning from his torn ACL and what that could look like for him and the team.
Donovan Peoples-Jones has also been a hot name as he’s been making one play after another. His ascension brings up the topic of Rashard Higgins and what it could mean for him — can DPJ actually unseat one of Baker Mayfield‘s favorite targets?
Then there’s Anthony Schwartz who has track-star speed and that gets us all excited when paired with how well Mayfield throws the deep ball.
What we haven’t really discussed is Jarvis Landry, who reminded us on Thursday what he’s capable of. Going against the Giants defense, Landry made an insane one-handed catch that made the rounds on social media.
Landry, who joined the Browns ahead of the 2018 season is coming off his least-productive campaign in Cleveland. He had a career-low 72 receptions for 840 yards (which was his lowest total since his rookie campaign in 2014) and he also had a career-worst three touchdowns.
He was also battling a rib injury in addition to coming back from hip surgery in the offseason. Landry said earlier in camp that he’s feeling like himself again and on Thursday, he backed that up with his play.