New Orleans Saints: 3 wide receiver options better than Ted Ginn Jr.
Robby Anderson is an amazing talent that has been on the New York Jets for far too long. He has been their No. 1 receiver since he joined the team as a rookie in the 2016 NFL Draft class and he has anchored that offense the whole time.
Throughout his four years with the Jets, Anderson has totaled over 40 receptions in all four seasons (highest being 63), he’s caught over 500 yards in every season, and besides for his rookie year, he has scored over five touchdowns per season.
Those are pretty good numbers for someone who has seen a different quarterback in almost every season he’s played in the NFL until they drafted Sam Darnold. Darnold brought a little structure, but not much talent to the table.
Anderson is the kind of guy that the Saints need to sign to replace Ted Ginn in the No. 2 position. He only made $3.095 million last year and should be due for a pay raise; let’s just hope it is still inside the salary cap of the New Orleans Saints.