Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry needed only 14 games to reach the 1,000-receiving-yard mark this season, surpassing the benchmark total in the third quarter Saturday night against the New York Jets.
Landry, who is in his third season out of LSU, has now eclipsed 1,000 yards receiving in two consecutive seasons. In 2015, the former second-round pick caught 110 passes for 1,157 yards and four touchdowns. A three-reception, 108-yard and one-touchdown performance against the Jets in Week 15 brings his 2016 totals to 1,031 yards and three touchdowns, so the 24-year-old still has the opportunity to surpass his 2015 totals.
Landry reached the 1,000 yard mark on a 66-yard touchdown catch that put the Dolphins up 34-10.