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How complete of a receiver is Robby Anderson? - Breaking down Anderson’s numbers by route type

How complete of a receiver is Robby Anderson? - Breaking down Anderson’s numbers by route type

Michael Nania with a gargantuan breakdown of the Temple speedster’s production by route There’s no questioning that Robby Anderson had what qualifies as a “breakout year” in 2017. The former undrafted free agent caught for 941 yards and 7 touchdowns in his second season, from a less-than-stellar quarterback stable of Josh McCown and Bryce Petty. While Anderson is a known deep threat who topped the leaguewide charts in a variety of deep ball categories, it’s been debated whether or not Anderson showcased the upside to be a complete “#1” receiver. Some think he’s a one-trick...

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