Robby Anderson is confident he can shine in Adam Gase’s new strategy.
Even the New York Jets receiver is coming off a comparatively disappointing campaign, compiling 752 yards on 50 receptions with six TDs, but had a more powerful end to the season that indicates he could have a bounce-back season in 2019.
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“This has been a down year for me,” Anderson said earlier this offseason, through Manish Mehta of this NY Daily News. “I understand my abilities. I know what I wish to become… and that is the best receiver in the NFL.”
Each NFL player who steps on the area needs to have the mentality of working toward being the best at his trade, that is the job of a professional athlete.
Whether or not he will reach those ambitious heights, Anderson projects to have a larger part in Gase’s scheme. The receiver expects to be used more than a downfield threat this year.
“We’re going to keep trying to think of ways to get him the ball, approaches to create variety in his paths,” Gase mentioned previously. “Instead of just doing a couple of things, maybe we can open that thing up to five, six, seven things to where he’s a threat on multiple levels whether it be underneath, intermediate or down the area.”
Anderson is entering the last year of the contract. A year under Gase could portend a payday in 2020.

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