College: UCLA | 3 years
Height: 5'11" | Weight: 214 lbs
Birth Date: 11/16/1994
2019 Bye Week: 11
Total Pts: 0
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 238 RB
Perkins had a very disappointing second season. He was unable to win the starting job and saw little playing time when on the field. He ran 41 times for just 90 yards, averaging only 2.2 yards per carry. Perkins might be in a make or break year after last season. He will need to show he has made strides since entering the league. Perkins hits the hole in a hurry and gets downfield quickly. He also catches the ball pretty well. Perkins does lack the ideal size for an NFL starter and needs to add some strength to be a consistent producer. He also tries to make the big play too often.
FANTASY OUTLOOK: Perkins is trending the wrong way after last year. Don't bother using a draft pick on him this year. He might get a few hundred total yards with a score or two.
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New York Giants running back Paul Perkins (pectoral), who missed all of last season, remains on the roster and said he is back to 100 percent health. He will fight for a backup role behind Saquon Barkley with Wayne Gallman and Rod Smith. Perkins, a fifth-round pick in 2016, averaged 4.1 yards per carry on 112 attempts in his rookie season and was named the starter in 2017, although that lasted only four games. I feel really good, Perkins said. Thats probably what makes it even more special, because I feel 100 percent. Body feels good, mind feels good. Perkins can be ignored for fantasy purposes if he makes the final roster.
New York Giants RB Paul Perkins (pectoral) said he's back to full health after missing last season with a pectoral injury. He impressed the coaching staff with his work in the first two days of organized team activities.
New York Giants RB Paul Perkins will have to beat out either RB Wayne Gallman or RB Robert Martin in order to make the roster in 2019, in the opinion of Ryan Dunleavy of NJ Advance Media.