RB Countdown: No. 30 Paul Perkins
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What can you expect from New York Giants running back Paul Perkins in 2017? At RotoViz, our motto is Seeing is believing. Our team leverages various internal apps and external resources to make that motto come to fruition. This series will provide you a fantasy outlook on our top-40 RBs according to projected points in PPR formats. My intent is to provide you a line of sight on the pros, cons, and projections for these RBs to empower you to make educated decisions on draft day.
Paul PerkinsPerkins only logged 289 snaps during his rookie season, playing behind Rashad Jennings and Shane Vereen.1 He touched the football or was targeted on 47 percent of them, which gave him a line of 127 touches and 618 total yards. Perkins closed the season strong over the last four games. He managed double-digit carries in each, averaging 4.4 yards per carry. Perkins had 62 carries for 271 yards over that time frame.
- Vereen’s season ended abruptly due to a torn triceps five games in and Jennings became increasingly ineffective throughout the season. (back)