12. Jarvis Landry, WR, (Overrated)
Nobody can deny the fact that Jarvis Landry has been one of the most productive players in the NFL over the last four years, at least when it comes to the number of passes he’s caught. But there’s a chance that Landry is one of those “good stats, bad team” type of players. Although, as far as good stats, how do you reconcile the fact that Landry averages 10.3 yards per reception?
How many people realize that 88 different receivers averaged more than 10.3 yards per reception last year, and 107 different players had a higher yards per catch than Landry’s 8.8 in 2017? Yet, the Cleveland Browns still thought those types of numbers merited giving Landry a five-year deal worth $75.5 million. Go figure.