Robby Anderson

Robby Anderson

Height: 6' 3"Weight: 190 lbsAge: 25College: Temple

2018 Outlook

Strength of Schedule:
24th easiest for WRs
Draft Rank (ECR) #80
Best / Worst #42 / #212
ADP #99


Robby Anderson could face league discipline

NFL Network's Mike Garofolo is reporting that Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson has pled guilty to his reckless driving charge and has been given six months of probation. The league has been monitoring the situation all along and they're contemplating a suspension.

Fantasy Impact

If you've been following along, Anderson has now been arrested twice during his NFL career and the league hasn't taken kindly to this type of negative press over the last few years. At this point, we wouldn't be shocked to see Anderson get a four-game suspension that could get knocked down to two games with appeal. If this situation isn't finished by the time your draft rolls around, you're best off sliding Anderson down a few spots on your draft board.

Mike Tagliere8 weeks ago
Robby Anderson did not miss court date

According to Mike Garofolo of NFL Network, Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson did not miss a court date on Wednesday and that there is no longer a warrant for his arrest.

Fantasy Impact

Garafolo is reporting that it was a clerical error by the courthouse and that his court date isn't until July 19th. This is all according to Ed O'Donnell, the attorney for Anderson. It seems like Anderson is out of trouble for the foreseeable future, but this dark cloud isn't going to get away from the league. With Anderson's history, expect the league to take a long look into this incident with a police officer and potentially hand down a suspension. If you're drafting early for a start-up dynasty league, you should slightly lower Anderson on your draft board.

Mike Tagliere15 weeks ago
Robby Anderson skips court date, arrest warrant issued

Robby Anderson missed a court date Tuesday and as a result, an arrest warrant has been issued. This stems from a reckless driving charge.

Fantasy Impact

Despite how bad it sounds, the arrest warrant itself is common procedure for these types of scenarios. The bigger issue stems from Anderson's repeated off-the-field incidents. He was initially charged with harming a public servant and aggravated fleeing police, but those charges were dismissed. Last year, he was arrested at a Miami music festival and the date for that trial is in August. There's also the chance that a suspension could arise should the league find his conduct detrimental. If he avoids suspension, the talent is still there to make him fantasy relevant for the 2018 season.

Robby Anderson arrested

New York Jets beat reporter Rich Cimini is reporting WR Robby Anderson was arrested in South Florida on Thursday night for charges that include resisting an officer, harming a public servant or family and fleeing the police. Cimini is adding that the team is aware of Anderson's arrest but have yet to comment.

Fantasy Impact

This is Anderson's second South Florida arrest in a year. Last offseason, the troubled wideout was picked up while at a music festival for similar charges. As a result, Anderson, who is coming off of a breakout season, recording a 63-941-7 stat line -- he finished as the WR16 with 137 fantasy points -- could face disciplinary actions from the NFL for his conduct off the field. From a fantasy perspective, Anderson's ADP could be affected if he is banned for any amount of games. His ADP will also depend on the Jets' quarterback situation, plus, the role of Quincy Enunwa in the wake of his eventual return from a season-ending neck injury suffered in the preseason.

Robby Anderson disappoints in season finale

Robby Anderson caught one of three targets for two yards in the Jets' Week 17 loss to the New England Patriots.

Fantasy Impact

It was a disappointing end to the season, but Anderson can take solace in the fact that he proved to everyone that his rookie-year performance wasn’t a fluke. The second-year man out of Temple established himself as the Jets’ top receiver this season, leading all wideouts in targets, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns. The Jets' quarterback situation is very much up in the air for next season, but Anderson may have keeper value in deep leagues and remains in the WR2 conversation for next season.

Mike Esposito32 weeks ago