Ravens WR Breshad Perriman's concentration at 'all-time high'
- It has been said that third-year Baltimore Ravens WR Breshad Perriman’s concentration is at an “all-time high” and that he is “not thinking about anything else other than football.”
- After missing his entire rookie year, Perriman returned in 2016 playing 42.7 percent of the Ravens possible snaps, 486 in total. He earned a 62.3 PFF grade, ranking 83rd among 115 qualifying wide receivers.
- In 2016, quarterbacks had a 67.1 passer rating when targeting Perriman, which ranked 85th of 96 qualifying receivers.
- Increased concentration should help Perriman with his drop issues. He had the 11th highest drop rate among qualified NFL receivers last year at 13.16 percent. In his final college season, his 13.79 percent drop rate ranked 87th out of 96 qualified receivers.
- Perriman was drafted in the first round in part due to his ability to get vertical. 28.1 percent of his targets were on passes over 20 yards past the line of scrimmage last year. He caught all five of his catchable deep pass targets for 164 yards and 2 touchdowns.