• Breshad Perriman

  • WR
  • , Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • 28
  • 212 lbs
  • 6' 2"
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Scouting report

by Chris Kucharski

NYJ WR Breshad Perriman - Week 14 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 14 at Seattle
After a good run in the last three games, Breshad Perriman was held to one reception for 22 yards. Even with the off game, he has emerged as a legitimate threat in the Jets passing game. This has also given him fantasy relevance.

Perriman will face the Seahawks who are ranked 15th in aFPA to wide receivers. There are still issues with the Jets' offense, but it has been better in recent weeks. Perriman's numbers are an example of that.

The inconsistency has been the biggest issue so keep Perriman on the bench for Week 14. The Jets' offense on the road will probably struggle.

by Chris Kucharski

NYJ WR Breshad Perriman - Week 13 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 13 vs. Las Vegas
Breshad Perriman is finally showing some signs of consistency as he ended November with 19 targets for 11 receptions, 234 receiving yards and three touchdowns. It helped that Jamison Crowder was battling some injuries and that gave Perriman an opportunity.

Perriman will face the Raiders who are 13th in aFPA to wide receivers. Even though Perriman has shown signs of life, Crowder still is the No. 1 receiver for the Jets so this pushes Perriman to the bench for Week 13. If he continues to play like he did in November, he will move ahead of Crowder.

by Chris Kucharski

NYJ WR Breshad Perriman - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 at Los Angeles Chargers
Breshad Perriman put himself on the fantasy radar before the bye week with seven targets that produced five receptions for 101 yards and two touchdowns. We don't expect that to be the norm as he has struggled to find games like that in his career plus he still plays for a Jets offense that isn't very good.

He will also not have that type of success against a good Chargers defense that is ranked eighth in aFPA to wide receivers. Keep an eye on Perriman for Week 11 but he should be on the bench if he is on your roster.

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.

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