Robby Anderson again proved last year that he is a great wide receiver without a capable quarterback. The New York Jets have gone through handfuls of quarterbacks in the last couple of years, and it is hard for a wide receiver to gain traction like that.
Despite an uphill battle, Anderson still posted 52 receptions for 779 yards and five touchdowns last year. All years prior too Anderson has eclipsed 40 receptions, 550 yards, and two touchdowns in every season since his rookie year.
He was putting up those numbers with quarterbacks like Sam Darnold, Trevor Siemian, Luke Falk, Josh McCown, Bryce Petty, Ryan Fitzpatrick, and Geno Smith. All of those quarterbacks have started in a regular-season game for the Jets since 2016.
None of those quarterbacks is actually starting worthy. Imagine what Anderson could do given Michael Thomas on the opposite side and a first-ballot Hall of Famer throwing him the ball. The possibilities are endless for the ex-Jet.