2. Breshad Perriman:
Career stats with Baltimore: 43 receptions, 576-yards, 3 touchdowns
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the biggest wide receiver bust in franchise histroy: Breshad Perriman.
Oh man, where do we start? How about missing his entire rookie season with an MCL sprain sustained in training camp. Then, Perriman can’t find his way to the top of the Ravens godawful receiving corps. How pathetic is that?
True story: The day of the 2015 draft, I was with some of my closest friends. When the Ravens were on the clock, they asked me who I wanted them to draft, and I said, “I want any wide receiver not named Breshad Perriman.” As soon as Roger Goodell said “Breshad,” my friends went nuts, laughing and pointing at me as my mouth sat agape.
I believed Perriman was an awful pick when the selection was made, and thus far that stands to be true. Perriman barely has 500 career receiving yards. Despite his game-breaking speed (ran a 4.29 40-time at the 2015 combine), Perriman can’t unlock the deep-ball for the Ravens. But don’t worry, because even if Perriman is open, I’d say there’s an 80% chance he drops it; just like he did with the hopes of Ravens fans everywhere.