Impact Evans surprisingly saw as many targets as Tyler Johnson, offensive lineman Joe Haeg, Tanner Hudson and Ronald Jones, but he still found a way to make an impact in Tampa Bay's victory. Evans' one reception served as a game-long catch for the Buccaneers, and he also drew a critical pass interference penalty late in the first half that put the ball at the Chiefs' nine-yard line and set up an eventual one-yard touchdown pass from Tom Brady to Antonio Brown. Despite the relatively quiet finish to his team's title run, Evans and Brady quickly developed a rapport this season, and the seventh-year wideout finished with a solid 70-1,006-13 line over 16 games during the regular season. Assuming Brady returns in 2021, Evans could be in for even better numbers, especially if position mate Chris Godwin departs in free agency.
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