By Kyle Yates (FantasyPros), Fri, Sep 17th 2021, 3:25pm EDT
Robby Anderson certainly wasn't featured as much in week one of the 2021 NFL season as he was in 2020, but he made his opportunity count by getting behind the defense for a long touchdown play. Anderson took a back seat to Marshall Jr. from a targets perspective, but he was still the starting WR ahead of Marshall and had 33 Receiving Routes Run to Marshall's 23. Moving forward, we can't be as confident in Anderson as we were last season, but the opportunity is still in front of him. He can be viewed as a WR3 option for fantasy lineups in week two.