Jets WR Robby Anderson arrested at Miami music festival

Anderson came out of nowhere in 2016 as an UDFA to a go-to WR by the end of the season.

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Jets WR Robby Anderson arrested at Miami music festival


  • New York Jets WR Robby Anderson saw just 20 snaps over his first three games in New York after signing as an undrafted free agent last season. From week 4 on however, Anderson averaged just under 54 snaps per game.
  • Anderson finished the 2016 season earning a 50.0 overall grade from PFF, which ranked 108th out of 115 qualified receivers. On the season, he saw 75 targets with two touchdowns while five of his intended passes were intercepted and had six drops. His 12.50 percent drop rate was the 14th highest among 96 qualifying receivers.
  • 37.3 percent of Anderson’s targets were on deep passes (20 or more yards past the line of scrimmage), which was the second highest rate among 78 qualifying receivers. Despite the high volume of targets, Anderson didn’t have a ton of success with deep balls last year, catching just 32.1 percent of those targets, a rate that ranked 45th among those qualified receivers.
  • Anderson ran 21 ‘go’ routes in 2016, catching five of them for 173 yards. Two of his targets were intercepted, one was dropped and his passer rating on targeted ‘go’ routes was 21.8 lower than the league averaged of 84.7.
  • He saw most his looks and both of his touchdowns when Bryce Petty was at quarterback. With Petty, Anderson was targeted on 25.56 percent of his pass attempts, while with Ryan Fitzpatrick, Anderson was targeted on 9.68 percent of attempts.

 

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