The bottom line is Perriman played well when put in place of Mike Evans towards the end of the season. He put up #1 WR numbers. I'm willing to give Perriman a shot.
Mims will have fewer catches but will probably make his fair share of big plays, especially inside the 10 yard line.
The good thing is we have Crowder as the 3rd down guy for Sam to lean in on in those "gotta have it" situations, so that takes pressure off Perriman and Mims to focus more on making big chunk plays.
Oh yeah and Herndon. If he's actually back this group will be fine. It's all on the o-line really.
Kristian Dyer recently interviewed NJ Governor Phil Murphy and if you are a glass half full kind of person, there was some good news. Murphy was asked about the possibility of Jets and Giants fans attending games at Metlife in the fall. Although Murphy cautioned that it is still too early to know, he did keep the door open to the possibility.
With the way 2020 has been so far a possibility is actually encouraging news.
Certainly the trend has to keep moving in the right direction. Safety will always come first, but this is encouraging news because a month ago in NJ this seemed like an incredible long shot. You can check out the full article here.
The post Phil Murphy Says it is Possible Jets fans will Attend Games appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum).
Click here to read the full story...