|Chance of Injury in 2020:||39.8%|
|Chance of Injury per Game:||3.1%|
|Projected Games missed for 2020:||0.4|
Landry entered the 2019 season having never missed a game.
That remained true after 17 weeks, despite playing through a hip injury that required February surgery. He sustained a concussion but cleared protocol quickly.
Landry added 80+ catches yet again. He also remained a low-volume TD scorer, registering 6 scores. He’s now tallied a TD rate of just 6.1% in 2 seasons with the Browns.
Call it strange, as only 3 WRs garnered more red zone targets last season. Only 3 WRs had a greater share of their team’s red zone targets, too.
So while Landry wasn’t typically a high upside option — at least when he wasn’t dropping 10-148-2 on Miami — he still finished as the PPR WR12. Despite subpar QB play, he’s now slotted as a top-20 WR in 5 straight seasons.
Let’s circle back to that February hip surgery.
“Right now, I’m a little bit ahead of schedule," Landry said in May. "But the most important thing right now is just taking it day by day. You know, I can’t predict when exactly I’ll be on the field, whether that’s July, August or September.”
Of course, we’ll monitor his health each step of the way. For now, we’ll assume he’s ready for the season opener on September 13.
Landry will learn a new offense under 1st-year HC Kevin Stefanski, whose 2019 Vikings offense went run-heavy and emphasized 2-TE formations. Landry lined up in the slot on nearly 62% of his snaps, helping him record the 7th-most slot yards among WRs. We don’t anticipate a drastic change there.
The depth of this unit means Landry probably won’t see another 140 targets. Odell Beckham returns after battling a sports hernia in 2019. David Njo…
|Feb 4, 2020||NFL||Inguinal Hip Fracture||Landry underwent offseason hip surgery. He's reportedly expected to be back at some point during training camp.|
|Sep 29, 2019||NFL||Head Cranial Concussion Grade 1||He exited late in the third quarter after suffering a concussion vs. Ravens. He was cleared for the next game.|
|Nov 22, 2015||NFL||Knee Strain Grade 1||Landry strained his left knee in Week 11 but didn't miss any time.|
|Oct 5, 2013||Non-NFL||Pedal Foot Sprain||An October foot injury limited Landry in practices but didn't cost him in any games.|
|Jul 1, 2011||Non-NFL||Pedal Foot Fracture||Landry suffered a stress fracture in his foot in summer 2011. He started his true freshman season on time but had his role and production limited.|