This season, the Oakland Raiders have established themselves as one of the most explosive offensive teams in the NFL. They are currently ranked in the top 5 in scoring (27.2 points per game), rushing (127.8 yards per game) and total offense (404.1 yards per game). Deservedly so, Derek Carr and Amari Cooper have garnered many of the headlines for the Raiders, who find themselves with a 7-2 record and fighting for their first AFC West title since 2002.
When the Baltimore Ravens selected Breshad Perriman with the 26th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, they hoped he would be an elite offensive playmaker. Despite missing his entire rookie year with a knee injury, he entered the 2016 season with the expectation that he would become an immediate contributor. The Ravens envisioned him producing big plays down the field, a seemingly perfect match for Joe Flacco’s ability to throw the ball deep