When the Jets initially signed Perriman to replace Robby Anderson, I really liked his upside as a late-round pick. He proved late in 2019 that he still has a lot to offer, posting 5-87, 3-70-1, 5-113-3, 7-102 and 5-134-1 on 37 total targets over the last five weeks for the Bucs. It wasn’t the first time that he flashed late in the season. While with the Browns in 2018, he finished with 2-81, 1-31-1, 2-76 and 3-45 in the final four games of the season. The Jets drafted Denzel Mims late in the second round, and that takes a bit of shine off of Perriman’s sleeper status, but the Jets played a lot of three-receiver last year so both Perriman and Mims should see plenty of snaps with Jamison Crowder in the slot.
Dec 11, 2020 · 6:10 PM EST