Jarvis Landry: Dolphins have been doubted all year

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As the Dolphins prepare to face the Steelers in the playoffs on Sunday, most objective observers are picking Pittsburgh to win. And that doesn’t surprise Miami receiver Jarvis Landry; he says the Dolphins have been doubted all year.

He said that and more during a Friday visit to PFT Live on NBC Sports Radio and NBCSN. To hear it all, well, you know what to do.

Here’s something else you should know: Landry and Odell Beckham Jr. have each caught 288 passes in their first three NFL seasons. That’s more than any other player has ever done in league history.

On Sunday, Landry and Beckham will each play in their first career playoff games, back to back. It’s hard not envision both guys being major factors for their teams. Because they pretty much always are.

31 responses to “Jarvis Landry: Dolphins have been doubted all year

  1. They have been doubted all year for a reason. They are not as good as he thinks they are. They are the number 6 seed in the AFC and unlikely to beat Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh.

    What does he expect, to be favored to win the SB and revered by everyone when they haven’t accomplished anything?

  2. Jarvis Landry is a unique, versatile, great player that would be an asset to any team. Maybe he could get his emotions a little more in check, but who wouldn’t want him on their team? I would bet a lot BBelichick would.

  3. Mm, you can’t really say/type that Beckham and Landry both has broken a record; When Beckham should had lead gain but lost it due to 5 Games missing due to Injuries…

    Point being, Beckham is Helluva player that NFL hasn’t seen the bests yet….

  4. Of course they have been doubted all year. Cream puff schedule, got lucky against some really back teams, got blown out by most of the good teams, inconsistent (but good) running game, tannehill can always self destruct, can’t stop the run, horrible safeties, on and on and on. Every team has problems but Miami has a long long way to go.

  5. Of course they have. Miami only had 2 wins by more than one score all year. One of them was against the Jets but the other was against Pittsburgh. So while it makes sense to doubt them it would be foolish to completely discount them.

  6. All you have to do is google Randy Starks and Cody Wallace to understand what a filthy team the Dolphins are up against.

  7. It would be very embarrassing for the Steelers to lose this game. Healthy key players, home, cold weather against a warm weather team. Miami back up QB. There would be no excuses. It would be worse than losing to Tebow. I think the Steelers will come ready to win. I don’t see Miami winning, but like someone said above, any given Sunday.

  8. He’s a highly talented hothead who disappears in big games until garbage time. I think Belichick will stick with the reliable winners he already has.

  9. sunnyd89 says:
    Jan 7, 2017 12:46 AM
    If 4 yard receptions are a major factor then…yeah…I guess Landry is a major factor

    Another loser that knows nothing… Landry was only 2nd to Travis Kelce in YAC and that was by a fraction this season. When you Troll, try not to make a fool of yourself with easy fact checking. Now go back to your Nintendo Gaming Console like Mommy told you.

  10. What a load of rubbish written on here today by some. No one has a clue what will happen tomorrow. Come back after the game.

  11. Don’t worry about it, people have been doubting the Steelers all year as well

  12. It is amazing they’re even in the playoffs looking at the stats, but here they are. I can hardly wait as Gase and Grier continue to load up the roster over the next couple of years.

  13. tedmurph says:
    Jan 7, 2017 10:53 AM
    What’s up with this thread? Was there a scumbag meeting I wasn’t told about?
    Apparently most of the pats fans didn’t comment on this Fins article.

  14. What a load of tosh some of you talk. Dolphins not a good team, “they are the playoffs baby ” I think that makes them as far as this season goes a pretty good outfit. Are they the underdog going into the playoffs, yes its stacked against them, I would put them near the bottom of that list because our defence has been gashed by a lot of teams, but they can pull a rabbit out on occasion so beware. We still had a lot to do to get into these playoffs and without our QB, how many times would we have folded over the last few years with a chance going into the last few games. Dolphins are not as good as some but don’t call them a bad team, you sound silly.

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