3. Perriman ended 2019 on hot note
As previously mentioned, some critics will point out how Perriman doesn’t deserve as much credit for posting career highs last season since most of the numbers came in the final three games, but also this should be considered one of the deciding factors for his next contract.
Due to injuries with some of the other members of the Buccaneers receiving corps, Perriman ended up starting the final three games of 2019, and took complete advantage of the situation.
While it was impressive to see Perriman find the end zone three times in Week 14 to help Tampa Bay defeat the Detroit Lions, the wideout’s overall numbers from that three-game span is what truly stands out the most.
By finishing with 17 catches for 349 yards to go along with four touchdowns, Perriman made a bit of a late case for himself to earn a pay raise for the 2020 season after previously playing under a $4 million deal last year.
Since Perriman is still available, the wideout may need to take less money than he was originally looking for, but once again for the Eagles, if they could convince him at the right price, the team would simply have nothing to lose.