Week 7: Waiver Wire Pickups
Landry is only 21 years old, and he still has a lot of development to do. But he's quickly becoming the second-best receiving threat for the Dolphins. He broke out on Sunday, recording six catches for 75 yards and his first career touchdown. Landry's measurables aren't especially impressive (5-foot-11, 4.77 40-yard dash) but he runs crisp routes and has great hands. He's a WR4 for now, but his consistency - at least three catches in every game after Week 1 - has been impressive. As he continues to develop into a bigger part of the Dolphins' offense, he'll be worth a look in most fantasy formats. For now, he's worth a bench stash by owners who can afford the roster spot.Injury Status: Injured Reserve
Blake Bortles has been looking for Harbor a lot in his first few games as the starting QB, targeting the tight end 16 times in the last three games. Harbor had his best game of the season by far yesterday, with three catches for 91 yards and a touchdown. Jaguars starting TE Marcedes Lewis is currently on short-term injured reserve and is eligible to return until Week 12, which means Harbor will be seeing plenty of playing time for the next month and a half. He looks like a high-end TE2 for next week's matchup against the Browns.