Mike Evans Fantasy
- Height / Weight
- 6'5" / 231 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- August 21, 1993 (25)
- 6th Season
- 2014 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 7 (TB)
- Texas A&M
Mike Evans News
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans (hamstring) sat out all three days of minicamp this week with a tweaked hamstring, but he was jogging on the side with trainers. "No sense in aggravating it this time of year," head coach Bruce Arians said. Evans, 25, will be fine for training camp and will once again be in the discussion as a WR1 in an improving offense. He caught 86 passes (139 targets) for 1,524 yards and eight touchdowns in 2018. Evans has eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark in each of his first five seasons in the NFL. He's impressive.
Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans had his best game in weeks on championship weekend. Evans caught six passes for 90 yards and a touchdown to reward owners who rode his inconsistent rollercoaster all season. He was targeted 10 times against a stout Cowboys defense and showed out in his hometown. Evans value next season should remain fairly stable around the late-second/early third-round unless the Buccaneers make a QB change. That is officially a wait-and-see after the tumultuous season Jameis Winston has presented.
Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans is a native of Dallas and gets to play back home for the second time in his professional career. This is not some guarantee that he will perform well (as he was fairly mediocre there in 2016), but with the current state of skill players in Week 16, it's doubtful that you have many better options than Evans. The Buccaneers offense isn't that good but Evans will get his fair share of targets and could always take one deep with his skillset. Start him and let the chips fall as they may.
Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans has been a disappointment in the second half of the season but had one of his better outings in Week 15. A 64-yard catch in the middle of the game saved his line for the day as he only managed four catches for 121 yards on nine targets. This was Evans' first 100-yard receiving game this month which is huge given that he is not catching touchdowns anymore. He has just two scores since Week 4 with his last one coming a month ago against the Giants. Evans is a must-start due to target volume but is just a high-end WR2 with the recent numbers. He has the benefit of playing in his hometown next weekend, which may result in a shining performance. No way you bench him for Week 16.
Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans has a difficult assignment this weekend against the Ravens' secondary. Marlon Humphrey presents a tough matchup on the opposite side of the field which could really hurt Evans' numbers. He's had difficulty in recent weeks putting up WR1 lines against much weaker secondaries, therefore, if you're so inclined, benching him for a less talented player with a much better matchup may be wise given that it's the playoffs. Starting him anyway is probably the right move but it's still a gamble given his inconsistency. The same goes for his Week 16 matchup in Dallas. He'll provide a solid floor for what it's worth.
Mike Evans Stats
The following is a breakdown of Mike Evans stats. This page is updated weekly throughout the NFL season showcasing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR. Our situational tables show Mike Evans stats in a number of variations which include different time periods and game situations.