32. Jared Goff & Breshad Perriman — Lions
QB to WR Stats: N/A, first year playing together
Drafted by the Ravens No. 26 overall in 2015, Breshad Perriman is now on his fifth team in six years. Until last year, Perriman had never started more than four games in a season (before earning 12 starts with the Jets). The new Lion hasn’t quite looked like a true top option at any point in his career, and he may be hard-pressed to take his game to the next level with Jared Goff at quarterback.
A two-time Pro Bowler with the Rams, Goff has produced two disappointing seasons in a row heading into the 2021 campaign. After leading the Rams to the Super Bowl in 2018 and putting up a clunker in the big game, Goff seemingly lost the confidence to make a positive impact. Quite frankly, until Goff can prove us wrong, we are out on the former No. 1 pick.
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31. Drew Lock & Courtland Sutton — Broncos
QB to WR Stats: 25 receptions (46 targets), 346 yards, 2 TD
Denver’s quarterback/wideout duo coming in at No. 31 isn’t a shot at Courtland Sutton, but instead an indictment on Drew Lock’s ability as a QB. As a second-year player in 2019, Sutton excelled in Denver’s offense. The 6-foot-4 target earned a trip to the Pro Bowl after hauling in 72 passes for 1,112 yards and six touchdowns. However, Sutton appeared in just one game last season due to a torn ACL, and will be monitored closely to begin the season.
When it comes to Lock, the third-year passer is clearly not the answer. In 13 starts a season ago, Lock threw an NFL-high 15 interceptions and only 16 TD passes. In addition to making numerous poor reads and bad throws, Lock completed a measly 57.3-percent of his passes — down from 64.1-percent as a rookie.
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