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Week 3 Outlook
Buccaneers WR Mike Evans caught 5-of-9 targets for 75 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's Week 2 win over the Falcons.
Evans got off to a slow start in Week 1 but bounced back in Sunday's win with 75 yards and a score. While Chris Godwin also had a terrific showing, it was Antonio Brown who was quiet. Evans gets the Rams in Week 3.
Buccaneers WR Mike Evans caught 3-of-6 targets for 24 yards in Thursday night's Week 1 win over the Cowboys.
Evans had a rough outing in Week 1 against Dallas. Not only did he only log six targets, the fewest of all fantasy-relevant Buccaneers pass-catchers, but he only managed three receptions for 24 yards. Evans put up meager reception and yardage totals last season in bundles but scored in a lot of those games. Don't panic though. Evans will be fine. He can get right in Week 2 at home against Atlanta.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Mike Evans caught his lone target for 31 yards in a 31-9 victory against the Kansas City Chiefs during Super Bowl LV on Sunday.
Evans was quiet for most of the night but managed to haul in a 31-yard reception early in the second quarter of Super Bowl LV. The talented wideout was hampered by injuries and low target volume in 2020 but was one of Brady's favorite red zone targets, racking up multiple one and two-yard touchdown receptions throughout the regular season. Despite a disappointing season overall, fantasy managers should expect to find Evans available between the 3rd and 4th rounds of 2021 redraft leagues due to his large frame and great hands equating to elite red zone efficiency.
Mike Evans caught three of eight targets for 51 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 31-26 win against the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship game.
Evans caught the first touchdown of the game in a tightly contested win over the Packers at Lambeau field on Sunday. The Pro-Bowl receiver also committed a big error, letting a well-thrown ball bounce off of his hands and turn into a Packers interception to keep the game close down the stretch. Ultimately, Evans provided enough big-play production in the red zone to help Tampa Bay return to the Super Bowl for the first time in nearly two decades.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Mike Evans caught one of three targets for three yards and a touchdown in a 30-20 NFC Divisional Round win over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.
Evans' dominance in the red zone continued against the Saints, as he hauled in his lone reception for a three-yard touchdown early in the second quarter to put the Bucs ahead 10-6. Dealing with Saints CB Marshon Lattimore for most of the game, Evans had most of his routes contested and will face similar challenges against Packers' cornerbacks Jaire Alexander and Kevin King next weekend in the NFC Championship game.
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