• Breshad Perriman

  • WR
  • , New York Jets
  • 27
  • 212 lbs
  • 6' 2"
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Scouting report

by Jordan Heck

TB WR Breshad Perriman - Week 17 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 17 vs. Atlanta Falcons

Breshad Perriman frustratingly didn't score last week, but he still had a great game, finishing 7-102 on 12 targets. He's clearly WR1 in this offense with Mike Evans and Chris Godwin sidelined and has now finished with 100 yards in back-to-back games. He faces a Falcons defense this week that's been tough against wideouts lately. Atlanta has given up the fewest fantasy points to receivers over the last four weeks, allowing a combined 356 receiving yards and one touchdown. We still like Perriman as a WR2 considering he's in a high-powered offense, but don't expect another 100-yard game.

by Jordan Heck

TB WR Breshad Perriman - Week 16 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 16 vs. Houston Texans

Mike Evans and Chris Godwin are both out this week, which means former first-round draft pick Breshad Perriman becomes the No. 1 receiver for Tampa. Perriman looked good in this role last week, exploding for 113 yards and three touchdowns on five catches. He gets a good matchup against the Texans, and he's in an offense that's just finished with back-to-back 450-yard passing games. It seems kind of weird to start Perriman in your championship week, but everything points to success. He should be viewed as a strong WR2.

by Jordan Heck

TB WR Breshad Perriman - Week 15 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 15 at Detroit Lions

Breshad Perriman was already starting to trend upwards, and last week he saw a boost after Mike Evans went down with an injury. Perriman finished 3-70-1 on six targets. He gets a great matchup against the Lions this week, and could be a sleeper option at wideout. He obviously carries risk as he's caught just 19 passes all season, but the opportunity and the matchup make him a relevant WR4 in Week 15.

by Brandon Niles

BAL WR Breshad Perriman - 2017 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside

Last season, Breshad Perriman showed flashes of the big-play potential that made him a first round pick in 2015. He caught 33 balls for 499 yards and 3 touchdowns, while averaging 15.1 yards per reception. Perriman has a rare blend of size and speed that makes him a potential No. 1 WR if he can ever stay on the field and become more consistent with his hands.

Fantasy Downside

Unfortunately for Perriman, the Ravens signed Jeremy Maclin in the offseason, which will limit his ability to earn a starting role opposite Mike Wallace. While Perriman should win the No. 3 WR job on the team, Baltimore may not put up enough passing numbers to sustain more than one or two receivers. Perriman also needs to stay healthy. He’s already battling hamstring issues during camp, and after missing his entire rookie season with nagging injuries, it’s hard to bank on him staying on the field.

2017 Bottom Line

Perriman remains a nice dynasty stash and late-round flier, as the Ravens need a WR to break out and earn the top job on the depth chart. Additionally, Maclin is coming off an injury-plagued 2016 season, so it’s reasonable to think there’s room for Perriman to climb the depth chart through attrition. Fantasy owners should consider him a stash option on their rosters, and not draft him with the assumption he’ll be a spot starter.

by Brandon Niles

BAL WR Breshad Perriman - 2016 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside

Perriman comes with a strong pedigree. The son of former Detroit Lion Brett Perriman, an a first round pick last year out of UCF, Perriman brings size and speed to the Baltimore receiving corps. He’s 6-foot-2 and averaged over 20 yards per reception in each of his final two college seasons. If he can get healthy, he has a legitimate chance to challenge for a starting position early.

Fantasy Downside

Unfortunately, Perriman has yet to see the field as a pro. He struggled with injuries last year and missed the entire season, and now he’s trying to recover from a partially torn ACL and might even end up starting the year on PUP. Meanwhile, free agent acquisition Mike Wallace is getting reps in the offense, filling the role that could conceivably be up for grabs.

2016 Bottom Line

There are a lot of ifs with Perriman. If he gets healthy, and if he can win a job on the outside, then he could do well this year. Until I can be a little more optimistic about those ifs, I’m going to be hesitant to consider Perriman in any fantasy format with the exception dynasty and keeper leagues with large rosters where I can stash him for the future.

by Brandon Niles

BAL WR Breshad Perriman - Week 2, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 2 vs. Oakland
Rookie Breshad Perriman missed last week’s outing against the Broncos and is still nursing a knee issue. Early reports indicate he’s unlikely to be back until October.

by Brandon Niles

BAL WR Breshad Perriman - Week 1, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 1 vs. Denver

Breshad Perriman is unlikely to suit up for the first game of the season due to a right knee issue. Fantasy owners should be wary about starting the rookie out of UCF until he can show he can be not only stay healthy, but be productive as a first-year player in Baltimore.

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