ESPN Fantasy Projection: Perriman is in and Robby Anderson is out as the top perimeter target in the Jets' offense. A 2015 first-round pick, Perriman struggled in Baltimore before getting his career back on track in Cleveland and Tampa Bay over the past two seasons. Perriman was a situational target in Tampa Bay for most of 2019, but with Mike Evans and Chris Godwin injured, he produced a 25-506-5 receiving line and was a WR3 in fantasy during Weeks 13-17. Perriman's NFL resume includes more struggles than success, which makes him a risky investment, but he's well-positioned for an every-down role with New York. That's enough to make him a fine late-round flier, with a shot at flex numbers.