The Jets moved quickly to replace departed Robby Anderson, signing Perriman, another deep threat, who reclaimed his career in 2019 with a 36/645/6 stat line with the Buccaneers. Perriman, now 26, will be playing for his fourth team in five years and the odds are against him repeating his production again in 2020. While with the Bucs, Perriman played between both Mike Evans and Chris Godwin while quarterback Jameis Winston led the league in passing yards. He will find the reception and yardage much harder to come by with the Jets. Unless the Jets make a splash in free agency, Perriman does project as a starter on the outside so runway to production is there should he find chemistry with quarterback Sam Darnold. Breshad Perriman is DLF's WR 63.