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1 month agoWith DeSean Jackson back in Philadelphia, Buccaneers wide receiver Breshad Perriman steps into the WR3 role. Although Jackson is significantly more talented, Perriman can pass as a burner option at WR and maybe make a few plays this season. He is largely viewed as a bust due to his underperformance in Baltimore along with his injury history, however, he did have a bit of revitalization in Cleveland. Last season, Perriman had the highest catch rate and yards per reception of his short career and looks to build on that in Bruce Arians' offense next to Mike Evans and Chris Godwin. Perriman is only viable in extremely deep leagues but is someone to watch due to his pedigree. He should not be started against the 49ers in Week 1.--Kev Mahserejian - RotoBaller
Source: Stephen Ruiz
Week 7:  @ DAL
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $6,000

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