College: Temple | 5 years
Height: 6'3" | Weight: 190 lbs
Birth Date: 5/9/1993
Depth Chart: WR2.1
2020 Bye Week: 13
Total Pts: 92.2
Avg Pts: 18.44
Rank: 7 WR
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|Week 1||25.40||Robby Anderson 114 receiving yds (11.40 pts)|
Robby Anderson 6 receptions (6.00 pts)
Robby Anderson 1 receiving TD (6.00 pts)
. . . Robby Anderson 75 yd TD pass from Teddy Bridgewater
Robby Anderson 1 receiving 2XP (2.00 pts)
|Week 2||18.90||Robby Anderson 1 fumble lost (-1.00 pts)|
Robby Anderson 109 receiving yds (10.90 pts)
Robby Anderson 9 receptions (9.00 pts)
|Week 3||10.50||Robby Anderson 55 receiving yds (5.50 pts)|
Robby Anderson 5 receptions (5.00 pts)
|Week 4||17.90||Robby Anderson 99 receiving yds (9.90 pts)|
Robby Anderson 8 receptions (8.00 pts)
|Week 5||19.50||Robby Anderson 3 rushing yds (0.30 pts)|
Robby Anderson 112 receiving yds (11.20 pts)
Robby Anderson 8 receptions (8.00 pts)
|Week 6||11.70||Robby Anderson 77 receiving yds (7.70 pts)|
Robby Anderson 4 receptions (4.00 pts)
|Playoff Week 1|
|Playoff Week 2|
Carolina Panthers WR Robby Anderson registered four receptions for 77 yards on five targets in Week 6 against the Chicago Bears.
Fantasy Spin: Anderson hasn't scored since Week 1, but he has at least four or more receptions and at least 55 yards in each of his six outings this season. He has been a solid low-end WR2 in most PPR leagues, with WR3 value in most other formats of 12 or more teams. He and the Panthers face the New Orleans Saints in Week 7.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Robby Anderson saw just five targets but turned them into four grabs for 77 receiving yards in a 23-16 loss to the Bears. Anderson took a backseat to D.J. Moore, who saw a team-high 11 targets, though Anderson did have the tougher cornerback matchup to deal with. The 27-year-old had seen double-digit targets in back-to-back games so while it was a bit of a letdown, Anderson still showcased a nice floor for his fantasy managers. He has exceeded 50 receiving yards in every game this season. Anderson should be a bigger part of the gameplan against a beatable Saints Defense in Week 7.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Robby Anderson is off to the best start of his NFL career in his first year with the Panthers. And he's no longer just a deep threat because of his elite speed, but a complete wide receiver. Anderson ranks third among receivers with 36 catches entering Week 6, and he's fourth in receiving yards (489) and first in yards after the catch (223). He also has an impressive catch rate of 76.6 percent, especially since he came into the year with an average catch rate of 55 percent. Anderson has become more of a possession receiver with his new team, with more than half of his routes having a maximum depth of less than 10 yards. The former Jet has been a top-six WR through five weeks of the season (with only one touchdown) and ranks eighth in the NFL with his 48 targets. Even in a really tough matchup with the Bears Defense in Week 6, Anderson needs to be in lineups as a WR2.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Robby Anderson has earned the benefit of the doubt as a must-start option in fantasy football. Anderson is currently tied for sixth in the NFL in targets with 46 and has eclipsed the 100-yard mark in three of five games this season. With three double-digit target games under his belt, the 27-year-old has showcased a safe floor for fantasy managers, particularly in PPR formats. Anderson won't have as much upside against the Bears in Week 6, considering they've allowed the second-fewest fantasy points to opposing wideouts. Still, he can be played as a solid WR2, despite the tough matchup.
Carolina Panthers WR Robby Anderson registered eight receptions for 112 yards on 13 targets in Week 5 against the Atlanta Falcons.
Fantasy Spin: Anderson has 99 or more yards in four of his five games and he has at least five receptions in each contest. While he hasn't scored since Week 1, Anderson remains a solid low-end WR2 or flex play in PPR leagues with WR3 value in standard formats. The Panthers host the Bears in Week 6.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Robby Anderson paced the team in Week 5 with eight receptions for 112 yards on 13 targets. This was Anderson's third 100-yard game with Carolina and he missed a fourth one by only one yard. The WR is emerging as the top target for Teddy Bridgewater and has now shown enough consistency and big enough of a role to merit weekly starter status.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Robby Anderson is a WR2 this week against Atlanta. Anderson has started off his Carolina career exceptionally well, posting nearly 100 yards in three of four games. He has also seen over eight targets in three of four games as well. Anderson is developing a strong rapport with Teddy Bridgewater and is a solid WR2 this week against a Falcons secondary that is suffering from too many injuries.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Robby Anderson saw a season-high 11 targets and turned them into eight catches for 99 yards in a big win over Arizona. Anderson worked the intermediate parts of the field all day and Bridgewater found him, continuously moving the chains. The former Jet looked great out there and appears to have solidified himself as a must-start fantasy option for the foreseeable future. Anderson currently leads the Panthers in targets with 34 and there should be room for both he and D.J. Moore to excel. The 27-year-old needs to be in lineups next week against the Falcons.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Robby Anderson will square off with the Cardinals in Week 4. Anderson has gotten off to a great start, as he's caught 20 of 23 targets for 278 receiving yards and one score through three games. The 27-year-old connected on a 75-yard score in Week 1, so there's always the threat of the big play when he's out there. Arizona has allowed the fewest fantasy points to opposing wideouts, though they have surrendered the 10th-most passing plays of 20 yards or more and the seventh-most of 40 or more. Anderson can be volatile but his target share this year makes him easier to trust. He's a WR3 this week in a game where the Panthers could be playing from behind.
Though it may not have been a 100-yard game for him, new Carolina Panthers wide receiver Robby Anderson finished Week 3 with five receptions for 55 yards on six targets. Anderson has had a solid debut with Carolina thus far, seeing no fewer than five receptions and six targets in three weeks. It's clear the former Jet is now the WR2 on the Panthers, and he is becoming consistent enough that he should be in the flex conversation each week with room to elevate his value going forward.
Carolina Panthers WR Robby Anderson registered five receptions for 55 yards on six targets in Week 3 against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Fantasy Spin: It was Anderson's first time failing to reach triple digits in yardage, and he hasn't visited the end zone since Week 1. Treat Anderson more as a WR4 or flex fantasy option in leagues of 12 or more teams heading into Week 4 against the Cardinals.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Robby Anderson has impressed in his first two games with the team, getting over 100 yards in both and seeing at least eight targets. While it's encouraging to see Anderson start out hot, it remains to be seen if his target share and yardage will remain consistent in the weeks ahead. For this week, he should be a flex when he plays the Chargers considering they have been stingy to opposing WRs thus far in the season.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Robby Anderson looked great for the second consecutive game. Anderson caught nine of 10 targets for 109 receiving yards in a loss to Tampa Bay. The 27-year-old has been targeted an impressive 18 times in two games and has been very efficient with his looks. Anderson comes with some weekly risk because of how deep he's usually targeted. However, if he continues to see this kind of volume, he'll have no trouble smashing his ADP. Up next is a matchup with the Chargers, who struggled to contain Chiefs' deep-threat Tyreek Hill.
Carolina Panthers WR Robby Anderson registered nine grabs for 109 yards and 10 targets in Week 2 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Fantasy Spin: That's two games and two 100-yard efforts for Anderson, who has jelled nicely with Teddy Bridgewater so far. He is looking like a solid WR3 or flex fantasy option in leagues of 12 or more leagues, even with the presence of D.J. Moore across the field. The Panthers travel to meet the Chargers in Week 3.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Robby Anderson will face off with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 2 after he enjoyed a huge start to his season. Anderson hauled in six of eight targets for 114 yards, including a long, 75-yard score. The matchup against the Buccaneers' secondary has potential, as they allowed the most pass plays of 20 yards or more and the fourth-most of 40 yards or more in 2019. However, it's an underrated defensive unit with a pass rush that might not give Teddy Bridgewater enough team to look deep down the field for Anderson. The 27-year-old is a flex start for fantasy managers in need of upside, though the floor is admittedly low in the event he busts against the Buccaneers.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Robby Anderson had a terrific debut with his new team in Week 1, notching six receptions for 115 yards and one touchdown. Surprisingly, it was Anderson who led all Carolina receivers in yards and receptions, but it was one 75-yard touchdown in which Anderson got most of his yards. With D.J. Moore still considered the WR1, the former Jet must continue to prove himself to become a weekly fantasy starter. He remains in the flex conversation for next week's tilt against the Buccaneers.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Robby Anderson should be considered a flex piece at best in this week's matchup against the Raiders. With Anderson making his Carolina debut this week, it remains to be seen how large of a role he will have in this passing offense. The WR will have to fend off Curtis Samuel if he wants to solidify the WR2 role on the team. The Raiders offer a middling matchup for opposing WRs. Anderson is a good flex piece this week at best mostly because of the uncertainty regarding his usage.
Carolina Panthers WR Robby Anderson has been targeted 20 yards or more downfield 31 percent of the time in his career - tied for the second-highest mark in the league since 2015.