Jarvis Landry is going to put up some great numbers. That is a certainty. He is going to be the go-to wideout for Taylor and if their play during the Giants was any indication, 90+ receptions should occur.
Landry’s fewest reception total was 84 when he was a rookie. Last season Landry put up 112 receptions for 987 yards and 9 touchdowns. Cleveland knows what they are getting out of him. He is a proven commodity who will at the very least get close to 1,000 yards yearly.
An important aspect of Landry’s game to this point is that he only was used one way with the Miami Dolphins. That is not the case in Cleveland per NFL Network’s Aditi Kinkhabwala via Landry:
Having the luxury of having three times the routes and being used in different positions in the Browns’ offense provides Landry more opportunities to make big plays. Landry is a very good wide receiver.
That said, he can be a WR1 for any team but he won’t provide the same impact as Atlanta Falcons’ Julio Jones for example. If teams cannot add another quality wideout like JJ early on, then it is best to add second tier fantasy options to pair up with Landry. An example of that is Vikings’ Adam Thielen.