If Baker has time to throw the ball, Jarvis will get his targets. In the last three games, Landry has 30 targets. He has turned that into 24 receptions for 257 yards and two touchdowns. He also had a completed pass last week. If People-Jones catches a couple of deep throws, it will open up the short-passing game for Landry. Yes, the Browns want to run the ball, but they threw the ball more than they had in any other game this season. The game-script played a role in that, but they could also be trying to become more of a balanced offense and to give Baker more confidence heading into the playoffs. Landry should continue his hot streak against New York.