Evans hasn’t dropped his potential yet

by Gary Shelton on November 16, 2015 · 0 comments

in general, NFL, Tampa Bay Bucs

Evans drops some balls, but he's still a weapon for Bucs.

Evans drops some balls, but he's still a weapon for Bucs.

Monday, 6 a.m.

He is not perfect.

Still, he is pretty good. And that isn't bad.

Consider Mike Evans, if you will. Yes, he drops some balls. On the other hand, he catches more of them. And so far, the Bucs are better off with him than against him.

Take the last two weeks against the Giants and the Cowboys. As the primary receiver for the Bucs (Vincent Jackson and Austin Seferian-Jenkins are both out) Evans has 16 catches for 276 yards. He's been targeted 32 times. Besides his catches, Evans has also drawn several penalties.

In other words, yeah, the Bucs will live with a drop or two.

"Mike Evans is not a good player, Mike Evans is a great player,”

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