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Dec 25, 2022 0 0 0 0
Dec 4, 2022 0 0 0 0
Nov 27, 2022 100 1 2 45.6 10
Nov 20, 2022 64 0 0 70.4 5
Nov 13, 2022 -3 0 0 79.2

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  • Rams' Bryce Perkins: Struggles in limited action

    Perkins completed 19 of 34 passes for 161 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions, and added 19 rushing attempts for 90 yards during the 2022 season. Perkins flashed some promise during the 2022 preseason, completing 35 of 49 pass attempts for 399 yards and two touchdowns while adding 73 rushing yards and two touchdowns on the ground on 18 attempts. That dual-threat ability was called upon in Week 11, when Matthew Stafford (neck) left midway through the third quarter, and Perkins performed admirably with 64 passing yards and 39 rushing yards in limited action, although a 50 percent completion percentage was a concerning sign. Perkins started in Week 12 with John Wolford out with a neck injury of his own, and struggled mightily, completing just 13 of 23 passes for 100 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions, while tacking on 44 rushing yards. The Virginia product would only see five more snaps on offense the remainder of the year, as Wolford and Baker Mayfield served as the starters. Perkins is a restricted free agent going into 2023, but his struggles when called upon this season may see him looking elsewhere for work as a backup.
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  • Rams' Bryce Perkins: Looks to be third on depth chart

    Perkins appears to be the Rams' third option at quarterback for Thursday's game against the Raiders, with Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reporting that the newly acquired Baker Mayfield will be in line to start the Week 14 contest if incumbent John Wolford (neck) isn't available. When Matthew Stafford entered the concussion protocol for the second time this season following Week 11 action before being effectively ruled out for the remainder of the campaign with a spinal contusion, Perkins stepped in for his first NFL start Week 12. He completed just 13 of 23 attempts for 100 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions to go with nine carries for 44 yards in a 26-10 loss to the Chiefs before moving to the bench Week 13 in favor of Wolford. Though Wolford didn't fare any better in last week's loss to the Saints (14 for 26 for 178 yards and two interceptions), he's tentatively in line to direct the offense Thursday so long as the sore neck that resulted in him being listed as questionable for the contest doesn't hamper him in pregame warmups. Mayfield also appears to have quickly jumped ahead of Perkins on the depth chart since joining the Rams on Tuesday after being claimed off waivers from the Panthers. Pelissero reports that Mayfield practiced Wednesday and is up to speed with the Week 14 game plan, so the Rams appear content to give him a look as the starter if Wolford can't go.
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  • Rams' Bryce Perkins: Struggles in first NFL start

    Perkins completed 13 of 23 passes for 100 yards and a touchdown with two interceptions during Sunday's 26-10 loss to Kansas City. He added 44 rushing yards on nine carries. Making the first start of his NFL career, Perkins struggled to move the ball through the air but did manage to lead the Rams in rushing yards. His first career TD pass went to Van Jefferson in the fourth quarter, but Los Angeles was down 20-3 at the time. With Allen Robinson (foot) now out for the year and Cooper Kupp (ankle) on IR as well, Perkins won't have much help even if he does get another start in Week 13 against the Seahawks in place of Matthew Stafford (neck).
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  • Rams' Bryce Perkins: Taking first-team reps

    Perkins will take most of the quarterbacks snaps in practice this week with Matthew Stafford (neck) ruled out for Sunday's game against the Chiefs and John Wolford (neck) uncertain to play, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Rams head coach Sean McVay hasn't ruled Wolford out but said Wednesday that Stafford won't be able to play. Perkins filled in for Stafford in Sunday's 27-20 loss to New Orleans, completing five of 10 passes for 64 yards and taking five carries for 39 yards. Perkins is more mobile than other two quarterbacks but nonetheless would make for a poor fantasy option as a third-stringer pushed into duty for an offense that also has a lot of significant injuries at other positions.
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  • Rams' Bryce Perkins: Week 12 Waiver Priority List

    With Matthew Stafford in the concussion protocol for the second time since Week 9 and John Wolford (neck) also hurt, Perkins could be the starter for the Rams in Week 12 at the Chiefs. That makes him someone to add in Superflex and two-quarterback leagues for at least 5 percent of your remaining FAB. Perkins replaced Stafford in the third quarter of Week 11 at New Orleans and was 5-of-10 passing for 64 yards and ran five times for 39 yards. He has limited weapons and a bad offensive line, but his rushing ability could be attractive in deeper leagues. Keep an eye on the health for Stafford and Walford, but Perkins could be a low-end starter in Superflex and two-quarterback formats in Week 12.
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  • Rams' Bryce Perkins: Serviceable in emergency duty

    Perkins took over for Matthew Stafford (head) with 5:47 remaining in the third quarter of Sunday's 27-20 loss to the Saints and completed five of 10 passes for 64 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions and ran five times for 39 yards. Considering he had all of one NFL pass attempt under his belt prior to Sunday, Perkins handled himself fairly well after being thrust into action. The Virginia product could be in line to serve as no less than the No. 2 quarterback in Week 12 against the Chiefs if either Stafford or John Wolford (neck) are unable to suit up.
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  • Rams' Bryce Perkins: Minimal stats in first NFL game

    Perkins completed one pass for minus-3 yards and rushed three times for four yards in Sunday's 27-17 loss to the Cardinals. Sunday marked the first time in Perkins' three years with the Rams that he was able to take the field outside of the preseason, but his five snaps on offense resulted in a disappointing one total yard of offense. John Wolford didn't fare much better in the lead role, as he only accumulated 147 passing yards before padding his stats on the final drive in garbage time. Matthew Stafford will have to clear the concussion protocol in order to return for Week 11's showdown with the Saints, but neither Wolford nor Perkins would be inspiring choices for fantasy purposes if Stafford were unable to play.
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  • Rams' Bryce Perkins: Efficient in loss

    Perkins completed 11 of 13 passes for 123 yards in Friday's 24-20 preseason loss against the Texans. He also rushed two times for one yard. After a first half in which John Wolford suffered a total of five sacks, Perkins was sacked just once in the second half. Perkins' connection with breakout wide receiver Lance McCutcheon was on full display again, with Perkins connecting on all three of his pass attempts to the dynamic playmaker for 45 yards. McCutcheon's inability to get out of bounds on the final snap of the game cost Perkins the opportunity to go for a game-winning touchdown, but another quality half of action has Perkins firmly in the conversation for the backup job to Matthew Stafford going into the final preseason game against the Bengals next Saturday.
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  • Rams' Bryce Perkins: Three scores in win

    Perkins completed 10 of 17 passes for 133 yards and two touchdowns in the Rams' 29-22 win over the Chargers on Saturday. He also rushed eight times for 39 yards and a touchdown, and had a two-point conversion. Perkins made a strong statement for a spot on the roster with an effective performance at the helm, utilizing his legs for an 11-yard touchdown scamper and his arm to throw a pair of touchdowns to rookie undrafted free agent Lance McCutcheon. Perkins, entering his third year in the league with zero in-game action, will still likely enter the year as the third-string quarterback barring injury, with John Wolford as the primary backup to Matthew Stafford (elbow).
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  • Rams' Bryce Perkins: Secures spot on initial roster

    Perkins will make the Rams' initial 53-man roster as the third quarterback, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Starting quarterback Matthew Stafford injured his thumb early in training camp, but he appears to be fully healthy, and backup John Wolford is still week-to-week after undergoing an appendectomy, so the Rams have decided to keep three quarterbacks on their initial roster. Perkins has been impressive during preseason action, but barring injury, he will likely not see any game action during the regular season.
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  • Rams' Bryce Perkins: Signs future deal

    Perkins signed a reserve/future contract with the Rams on Monday, Stu Jackson of the team's official site reports. Perkins enjoyed a solid college career, throwing for 6,210 yards, 47 touchdowns and 21 interceptions and running for 1,691 yards and 20 scores over 27 games at Virginia. An undrafted rookie, Perkins spent the 2020 season on the Rams' practice squad. The 24-year-old will aim to win a backup role in Los Angeles this offseason.
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  • Rams' Bryce Perkins: Elevated from practice squad

    Perkins was elevated from the Rams' practice squad on Friday, Eric D. Williams of SI.com reports. With John Wolford out for Saturday's NFC divisional-round game against the Packers, Perkins has been called up from the practice squad to provide depth at quarterback. Jared Goff will officially get the start and Blake Bortles will likely serve as the backup.
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  • Rams' Bryce Perkins: Elevated from practice squad

    Perkins was elevated from the Rams' practice squad Saturday. Perkins was not officially signed by the Rams, but rather called up as a COVID-19 replacement. With Jared Goff (hand) sidelined, Perkins will be available to provide depth at quarterback behind John Wolford and Blake Bortles if needed.
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  • Rams' Bryce Perkins: Elevated from the practice squad

    Perkins was elevated from the Rams' practice squad Saturday. Perkins was not officially signed by the Rams, but rather called up as a COVID-19 replacement. With Jared Goff (hand) sidelined, he will be available to provide depth at quarterback behind John Wolford and Blake Bortles if needed.
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  • Bryce Perkins: Snags practice squad spot

    Perkins cleared waivers Sunday and signed with the Rams' practice squad, Jamie Han of the team's official site reports. Perkins lost the battle to be Jared Goff's backup, as head coach Sean McVay awarded the job to John Wolford. However, in an unconventional season, Perkins will remain on the practice squad and could be promoted if Goff or Wolford is unavailable.
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