2020 Fantasy Rankings
Overall # 22 · WR # 10 (Tier 3)
ADP (12-team PPR): 3.04, 28th
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Depth

Mike Evans

WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Height 6'5" Weight 231 DOB 1993-08-21 Age 27
College Texas A&M

Season Projections
Updated Sep 7
Source FPts RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuFD RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReFD ReTD FL
RotoBaller 161.5 0 0 - - 0 125 75 1135 15.1 - 8 1

2020 fantasy football projections by .

Position Rankings
Rank Name ADP1 Comment
Tier 2
8 Kenny Golladay, DET 3.02
9 DeAndre Hopkins, ARI 2.08
Tier 3
10 Mike Evans, TB 3.04
11 A.J. Brown, TEN 4.06
12 T.Y. Hilton, IND 5.10
Fantasy News Last 90 Days
  • Mike Evans A Low-End WR1 In Week 7

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans is a low-end WR1 this week against the Raiders, if he's active. Evans has been dealing with an ankle injury and his status for the game is unclear, but barring a setback, he should be available this Sunday night for his fantasy managers. Evans has been quite streaky this year, as he has posted monster games along with contests where he only had one or two catches going for touchdowns. Evans is too talented to bench, so managers can only hope for more consistency. The Raiders offer the fifth-most points to fantasy WRs, making this a solid matchup for Evans if he plays.

    Oct 21 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans Is Tom Brady's Favorite Red-Zone Target

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans has been quarterback Tom Brady's favorite weapon when the team is inside the red zone this year. Four of Evans' five red-zone touchdowns have come on plays in which he was lined up out wide. The 6-foot-5, 231-pounder is great in one-on-one matchups and jump-ball scenarios and is 4-for-4 for 10 yards and 24 total points on such plays in 2020. Evans has scored a league-high four red-zone touchdowns against press coverage, but he's only gained six yards on those plays near the goal line. He's also scored his five total red-zone touchdowns on five different types of routes, so he can beat defenders all kinds of ways near the goal line. The 27-year-old had his worst outing in Week 6 against Green Bay (one catch, 10 yards) and broke a five-game scoring streak. He'll look to bounce back on Sunday night against the Raiders and will be a touchdown-dependent WR2 in that matchup.

    Oct 21 · Source via Buccaneers Tom Brady Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans Blanketed By Packers

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans had a rough day against the Packers. Evans saw just two targets and caught one of them for 10 yards, as he struggled to break free of Jaire Alexander's coverage for parts of the game. It also didn't help that the game was largely in the Buccaneers' control in the second half, so there was no need to be airing it out. The return of Chris Godwin certainly complicates things moving forward for Evans, though he's talented enough to have big weeks at any time. Week 7 could potentially be a big week, especially if the sneaky-good Raiders push the Buccaneers.

    Oct 18 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans, Chris Godwin Will Play Versus Packers

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receivers Mike Evans (ankle) and Chris Godwin (hamstring) were taken off the final injury report and will play in Week 6 against the Packers. Evans hasn't been 100 percent for most of the year, but he hasn't missed a game and has scored in each of his five games. However, aside from two 100-yard contests, his yardage totals have left a lot to be desired. But his red-zone prowess in what should be a high-scoring game will make continue to give him WR1 upside. Godwin will return to the fold after missing the last two games. The 24-year-old must compete for targets with Evans, but he's caught 11 of 13 targets for 143 yards and a touchdown in his two games, and the Packers secondary isn't anything special. Consider Godwin a solid WR2 out of the slot in his return. Scotty Miller, who is questionable to play, is a shaky deep league flex with Godwin back after he wasn't targeted at all in Week 5.

    Oct 16 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans Chris Godwin
  • Mike Evans, Leonard Fournette, Scotty Miller Up In The Air

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians said that wide receivers Mike Evans (ankle) and Scotty Miller (groin, hip) and running back Leonard Fournette (ankle) will likely be game-time decisions for Week 6 against the Packers. Evans continues to play through nagging injuries and he was a limited practice participant on Thursday, so we'd expect him to be active this Sunday. The team's top wideout leads Tampa in targets (38) by a healthy margin and will continue to have WR1 upside if he plays in what could be a high-scoring affair this weekend. His red-zone prowess has made up for his lack of yardage so far this year. Miller saw zero targets last Thursday, which makes him a hard-to-trust WR4/flex in deeper leagues, especially with Chris Godwin (hamstring) on track to return Sunday. Fournette was active last week but didn't see the field at all. Even if he's active against Green Bay, Ronald Jones II has the hot hand right now after going over 100 rushing yards in back-to-back games. The matchup is a great one, but Fournette is trending down in this crowded backfield.

    Oct 16 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans Leonard Fournette Scotty Miller
  • Mike Evans (ankle) absent from Wednesday's practice

    Oct 14 · FantasyPros Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans Scores Touchdown In Week 5

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans finished the Week 5 loss to the Bears with five receptions for 41 yards and a score on a team-leading nine targets. Despite entering the game hobbled with an ankle injury, Evans provided fantasy value with the touchdown he scored. The WR is a fantasy WR1 most weeks because of his large role. Nevertheless, this depends on if he is healthy. He now gets 10 days off before facing Green Bay.

    Oct 8 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans Active For Week 5

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans (ankle) will play on Thursday night against the Chicago Bears. With Chris Godwin and Justin Watson out, Evans is a needed piece for quarterback Tom Brady. While there's some reason for concern about Evans as he's not 100 percent and is playing on a short week, the Buccaneers will still look to him a good amount in this contest. Consider Evans a solid WR2 play for Week 5, though the injury concern may lead you to downgrading him just a little in DFS contests.

    Oct 8 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Bucs Optimistic That Mike Evans, Scotty Miller Can Play

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Scotty Miller (groin, hip) is expected to play on Thursday night against the Bears, while there is also optimism that wide receiver Mike Evans (ankle) can play, according to sources informed of the situation. Both players are listed as questionable. Evans will test out his ankle in pre-game warmups. If active, Evans is tough to sit after going for seven catches, 122 yards and a touchdown last week, especially with Chris Godwin (hamstring) ruled out, but he'll be more of a shaky WR2 for fantasy managers at less than 100 percent against a tough Bears Defense. Against a Chicago team that has yet to allow a score to a receiver through four games, Miller will merely be a deep league flex if Evans is active.

    Oct 8 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans Scotty Miller
  • Mike Evans A Low-End WR1 If Active

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans should be considered a low-end WR1 on Thursday night if he is active. Currently, Evans is questionable due to an ankle injury. The Bucs are already down Chris Godwin (hamstring) and Justin Watson (chest), so Evans will see a large workload if he plays. Nevertheless, the injured receiver will be going up against a Bears Defense that has allowed the third-fewest points to fantasy wideouts, meaning expectations should be a bit lower this week for Evans.

    Oct 7 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans, Scotty Miller Questionable To Face Bears

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receivers Mike Evans (ankle) and Scotty Miller (groin, hip) are both listed as questionable to play on Thursday night against the Bears. Evans missed practice all week, while Miller was able to practice on a limited basis on Wednesday. Evans was bothered by his ankle in the Week 4 win over the Chargers and spent some time on the sidelines, but he still managed to play and has a touchdown in all four games this season. Still, he could be a bust this week as a WR1 if he plays at less than 100 percent against a Bears Defense allowing the third-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers. Miller caught his first touchdown of the year against the Chargers with Chris Godwin (hamstring) out, and he'll be worth a look as a flex in deeper leagues if he plays. Tight end Rob Gronkowski could surprise this week with Godwin out, O.J. Howard on Injured Reserve and Evans and Miller banged up.

    Oct 7 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans Scotty Miller
  • Mike Evans Headlines Group Of Bucs Not Practicing Monday

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans (ankle) was one of multiple players to not practice Monday ahead of the team's quick turnaround with a meeting versus the Bears on Thursday. Joining Evans on the sidelines during practice were fellow receivers Chris Godwin (hamstring) and Scotty Miller (hip/groin), running backs Leonard Fournette (ankle) and LeSean McCoy (ankle), and tight end O.J. Howard (Achilles), putting the vast majority of quarterback Tom Bradys weapon in street clothes. Its unlikely how many of the absent Buccaneers will be able to take the field in as little as 72 hours from Monday night, but check back to get updates on their statuses throughout the week.

    Oct 5 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans Goes For 122 Yards And A Touchdown

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans (ankle) caught seven of eight targets for 122 yards and a touchdown in a 38-31 win over the Chargers. Evans basically played the whole game on a bad ankle, but it sure didn't look like that. Los Angeles had no answers for the Brady-Evans connection, as the star wideout made a couple excellent grabs down the field. Fantasy managers should hope the ankle isn't too bad- though if he was able to put up a performance like this- it shouldn't be something too concerning. Next week's practice reports will tell the true story though. Evans will look to put the ankle issue behind him ahead of a Week 5 matchup with the Bears.

    Oct 4 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans Leaves Game Against Chargers

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans has limped to the locker room after suffering an apparent lower leg injury against the Chargers. Already without Chris Godwin, the Buccaneers could be in a bad spot if Evans is unable to return to this game. Scotty Miller is now the top receiving option for quarterback Tom Brady, and expect to see more involvement for the tight ends in the game plan as well.

    Oct 4 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans A Volume-Based WR1 In Week 4

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans will face off with the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 4. Evans is going up against a defensive unit that has allowed the ninth-fewest passing yards through three weeks, led by star cornerback Casey Heyward Jr. Still, Evans will be operating on the outside without teammate Chris Godwin (hamstring) and he blew up for 7-104-1 on 10 targets in Week 2 without his fellow wideout. Evans is a must-start anytime Godwin is out and he could easily put up at least low-end WR1 numbers this week, with the potential for even more.

    Oct 2 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans Grabs Two Touchdowns

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans recorded two receptions for two yards on four targets in Week 3. Nevertheless, both of his receptions went for touchdowns. Evans salvaged his value this week with those touchdowns. With Chris Godwin injured in the game, Evans could once again see more targets come his way. Regardless of Godwin's presence, his strong role on this offense keeps him as a WR1 going forward.

    Sep 27 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans Is A WR1 For Week 3

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans is a solid WR1 for Week 3 against the Broncos. After a bad Week 1 showing, Evans rebounded with a great Week 2 which saw him accumulate 10 targets and 104 yards. It seems the chemistry between the WR and his new QB Tom Brady is slowly developing into something strong. Now facing a Broncos secondary without A.J. Bouye that allows the fifth-most points to opposing WRs, Evans could be in line for a big day.

    Sep 23 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans Erupts For 104 Yards And A Touchdown

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans hauled in seven of a team-high 10 targets for 104 yards and a touchdown. With teammate Chris Godwin (head) out and head coach Bruce Arians basically guaranteeing his other star wideout would get the ball- Evans was in a smash spot and he delivered. He connected with Tom Brady on a long, 50-yard pass and also hauled in a 23-yarder for his second score of the season. There likely would have been room for more production if Tampa Bay hadn't been in the driver's seat for much of the game. While Godwin should be back on the field for Week 3, Evans will be a strong start against Denver's suspect secondary.

    Sep 20 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans Removed From Week 2 Injury Report

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans (hamstring) practiced in full on Friday and was taken off the Week 2 injury report. Evans will be good to go against the division-rival Panthers. The 27-year-old should draw the coverage of cornerback Donte Jackson, but he's good enough to put up points, and he should be targeted even more by cornerback Tom Brady with Chris Godwin (concussion) doubtful to play. Evans had a quiet Week 1 but still managed to find the end zone to salvage his day. With Godwin likely out, Evans will be a low-end WR1/high-end WR2 this Sunday.

    Sep 18 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans Could Feast Against Panthers

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans (hamstring) could be looking at a massive target share in Week 2 against the Panthers. Evans practiced in limited fashion on both Wednesday and Thursday, though he said he feels that the hamstring issue is behind him. With Chris Godwin (head) looking iffy to play, Evans will be the undisputed number-one option in this passing offense. Not only that, but head coach Bruce Arians lamented about Evans' lack of usage in Week 1 and said he feels bad when the receiver gets less than 10 targets. Sure sounds like the ball will be headed Evans' way early and often. He is a strong WR1 for Week 2.

    Sep 17 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans Limited On Wednesday

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans (hamstring) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice. Head coach Bruce Arians said that Evans "ran really well" and had a great practice. The 27-year-old was able to play in Week 1, though he only registered one catch. Fortunately for his fantasy managers, Evans will see a lot more usage in Week 2, especially if fellow wideout Chris Godwin (head) is unable to go on Sunday. Hopefully Evans is able to get a full practice in before Sunday to ease any concerns about putting him in lineups.

    Sep 16 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans' target share set to increase in Week 2

    Sep 15 · FantasyPros Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans Scores Touchdown On Only Catch

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans played in Week 1 despite a bunch of uncertainty regarding his playing status due to a hamstring injury. In the end, he was held in check while not playing at full capacity and he only recorded one catch for two yards which went for a touchdown. Evans' injury is concerning and it's something to keep an eye on as the Bucs prepare to play the Panthers in Week 2. Evans is a WR1 each week, but his value would decrease if he has to miss any time or can't play at full strength.

    Sep 13 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans Active For Week 1

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans (hamstring) is active for Week 1 against the New Orleans Saints. Expect a limited Evans in this one, but his size does make him a solid redzone threat for the Bucs in quarterback Tom Brady's debut with the team. I don't think fantasy managers should feel great about having to play Evans, but it's also hard to bench him unless you have someone you can sub in who's at least a high-end WR3.

    Sep 13 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans Likely To Play In Opener

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans (hamstring) is expected to play on Sunday against New Orleans. The veteran missed a few practices during the week, but after participating in a limited fashion on Friday, he appears to be good to go. Evans is anticipated to be limited, however, so fantasy managers may want to hold him out in Week 1. Also, look for Chris Godwin and Rob Gronkowski to potentially get some additional looks from Tom Brady against the Saints.

    Sep 13 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans Upgraded From Doubtful To Questionable

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans (hamstring) has been upgraded from doubtful to questionable for Sunday's Week 1 matchup against the Saints. Evans is seemingly trending in the right direction, logging a limited practice Friday after two consecutive DNPs on Wednesday and Thursday. There's a decent chance he plays Sunday, though he won't be at full strength. Fantasy owners can't be too confident starting him, but WR2 numbers are certainly possible, especially if this game lives up to its over/under.

    Sep 12 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans Doubtful To Face Saints

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans (hamstring) is listed as doubtful to face the Saints in Week 1 on Sunday. There was some optimism building around Evans after he did some individual drills in practice on Friday, but his soft-tissue injury will likely keep him out and somewhat spoil quarterback Tom Brady's debut with the team. You should obviously make plans to be without Evans in the season opener. That makes Chris Godwin a must-start in fantasy, while it also hurts Brady's appeal as a low-end QB1 in his first start with Tampa. Scotty Miller will become a season-long and DFS sleeper if Evans is inactive on Sunday, while tight ends Rob Gronkowski, O.J. Howard and Cameron Brate could all see bigger workloads as a result.

    Sep 11 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans (hamstring) not present at Thursday's practice

    Sep 10 · FantasyPros Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans (hamstring) thinks he'll be 'good to go' for Week 1

    Sep 9 · FantasyPros Buccaneers Saints Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans Dealing With Hamstring Issue

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans (hamstring) is officially listed as having a hamstring injury ahead of Week 1 against the Saints, and he could be a game-time decision on Sunday. It's especially alarming because Evans ended last season on Injured Reserve with a hamstring injury. Keep a close eye on the team's No. 1 receiver's practice status through the rest of the week. Sunday's matchup against Tampa has a high probability of being a high-scoring affair, but Evans is becoming a much riskier WR1, especially if he plays in the season opener at less than 100 percent. Were he to be inactive, Chris Godwin, Scotty Miller and Rob Gronkowski would all benefit in the passing game. Quarterback Tom Brady's fantasy outlook as a QB1 would also become more shaky if Evans were to sit out.

    Sep 9 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans Could Be Game-Time Decision Sunday

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians said that wide receiver Mike Evans is dealing with a soft-tissue injury, and he could be a game-time decision on Sunday in Week 1 against the division-rival Saints. Making things even more difficult for fantasy managers is the fact that the Bucs play an afternoon game in Week 1. If Evans does suit up, he might be limited and would be a risky low-end WR1, albeit in a matchup with high-scoring potential in quarterback Tom Brady's first game outside of New England. Evans' injury and potential to miss the season opener also makes Brady more of a risky low-end QB1 in Week 1. If Evans were to be inactive, it will open the door for more targets for Chris Godwin, Rob Gronkowski and sleeper Scotty Miller.

    Sep 9 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans A Solid WR1 For Week 1

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans has only had 1,000-yard seasons in his NFL career, and the addition of quarterbackTom Brady only helps his value for 2020. With a stacked Tampa offense this season, Evans' role is still big enough for him to sustain his fantasy value. Despite their generally sturdy defense, the Saints did allow the fifth-most fantasy points to wideouts last year. In what is expected to be a high-scoring game, Evans is a solid WR1 and must be started.

    Sep 8 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Mike Evans Has Contract Restructured

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans had his contract restructured on Saturday to help the team create salary cap space to sign running backLeonard Fournette and kicker Ryan Succop, according to the Pewter Report. The restructuring created about $9.56 million in cap space. Evans signed a five-year, $82.5 million deal back in March of 2018 and has remained an integral piece of this offense. The 6-foot-5 receiver has compiled over 1,000 yards in all six of his NFL seasons and has spent training camp building a solid rapport with new quarterbackTom Brady. Despite the multitude of weapons on the team, Evans is still one of the top receiving options and remains a WR1 for fantasy.

    Sep 5 · Source via Buccaneers Mike Evans
  • Wide Receiver
    Performance Scoring Review · Switch
    Season Team G FPts Snp RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuFD RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReFD ReTD FL
    2014 TB 15 177.1 769 (82.6%) 0 0 - - 0 123 68 1051 15.5 - 12 0
    2015 TB 15 138.8 858 (84.1%) 0 0 - - 0 148 74 1208 16.3 - 3 1
    2016 TB 16 204.1 946 (83.4%) 0 0 - - 0 173 96 1321 13.8 - 12 0
    2017 TB 15 130.4 884 (86.4%) 0 0 - 0 0 136 71 1004 14.1 55 5 0
    2018 TB 16 200.4 939 (84.2%) 0 0 - 0 1 139 86 1524 17.7 70 8 1
    2019 TB 13 163.7 810 (84.4%) 0 0 - 0 0 118 67 1157 17.3 0 8 0
    2020 TB 6 64.1 344 (83.7%) 0 0 - 0 0 37 23 281 12.2 0 6 0
    2020 RotoBaller 161.5 0 0 - - 0 125 75 1135 15.1 - 8 1

    2020 fantasy football projections by .

    2020
    Performance Scoring Review · Switch
    Wk Opp Score FPts Snp RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuFD RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReFD ReTD FL
    1 NO L 23-34 6.2 65 (92.9%) 0 0 - 0 0 4 1 2 2.0 0 1 0
    2 CAR W 31-17 16.4 53 (86.9%) 0 0 - 0 0 10 7 104 14.9 0 1 0
    3 DEN W 28-10 12.2 61 (89.7%) 0 0 - 0 0 4 2 2 1.0 0 2 0
    4 LAC W 38-31 18.2 54 (71.1%) 0 0 - 0 0 8 7 122 17.4 0 1 0
    5 CHI L 19-20 10.1 60 (84.5%) 0 0 - 0 0 9 5 41 8.2 0 1 0
    6 GB W 38-10 1.0 51 (78.5%) 0 0 - 0 0 2 1 10 10.0 0 0 0
    2019
    Wk Opp Score FPts Snp RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuFD RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReFD ReTD FL
    1 SF L 17-31 2.8 60 (85.7%) 0 0 - 0 0 5 2 28 14.0 0 0 0
    2 CAR W 20-14 6.1 59 (90.8%) 0 0 - 0 0 8 4 61 15.3 0 0 0
    3 NYG L 31-32 37.0 68 (88.3%) 0 0 - 0 0 15 8 190 23.8 0 3 0
    4 LAR W 55-40 14.9 67 (90.5%) 0 0 - 0 0 7 4 89 22.3 0 1 0
    5 NO L 24-31 0.0 57 (96.6%) 0 0 - 0 0 3 0 0 - 0 0 0
    6 CAR L 26-37 9.6 73 (91.3%) 0 0 - 0 0 17 9 96 10.7 0 0 0
    8 TEN L 23-27 31.8 76 (91.6%) 0 0 - 0 0 12 11 198 18.0 0 2 0
    9 SEA L 34-40 24.0 68 (86.1%) 0 0 - 0 0 16 12 180 15.0 0 1 0
    10 ARI W 30-27 8.2 75 (88.2%) 0 0 - 0 0 6 4 82 20.5 0 0 0
    11 NO L 17-34 6.9 65 (95.6%) 0 0 - 0 0 8 4 69 17.3 0 0 0
    12 ATL W 35-22 5.0 61 (92.4%) 0 0 - 0 0 8 4 50 12.5 0 0 0
    13 JAC W 28-11 5.3 63 (82.9%) 0 0 - 0 0 11 4 53 13.3 0 0 0
    14 IND W 38-35 12.1 18 (23.1%) 0 0 - 0 0 2 1 61 61.0 0 1 0
    2018
    Wk Opp Score FPts Snp RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuFD RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReFD ReTD FL
    1 NO W 48-40 20.7 50 (75.8%) 0 0 - 0 0 7 7 147 21.0 7 1 0
    2 PHI W 27-21 14.3 47 (81.0%) 0 0 - 0 0 12 10 83 8.3 5 1 1
    3 PIT L 27-30 19.7 58 (79.5%) 0 0 - 0 0 11 6 137 22.8 6 1 0
    4 CHI L 10-48 5.9 57 (90.5%) 0 0 - 0 0 9 6 59 9.8 4 0 0
    6 ATL L 29-34 5.8 57 (86.4%) 0 0 - 0 0 5 4 58 14.5 3 0 0
    7 CLE W 26-23 10.7 82 (86.3%) 0 0 - 0 0 11 7 107 15.3 6 0 0
    8 CIN L 34-37 23.9 70 (79.5%) 0 0 - 0 0 13 6 179 29.8 6 1 0
    9 CAR L 28-42 1.6 60 (89.6%) 0 0 - 0 0 10 1 16 16.0 1 0 0
    10 WAS L 3-16 5.1 55 (79.7%) 0 0 - 0 0 6 3 51 17.0 3 0 0
    11 NYG L 35-38 18.0 65 (91.5%) 0 0 - 0 1 7 6 120 20.0 5 1 0
    12 SF W 27-9 11.6 58 (79.5%) 0 0 - 0 0 8 6 116 19.3 5 0 0
    13 CAR W 24-17 4.8 57 (87.7%) 0 0 - 0 0 6 4 48 12.0 2 0 0
    14 NO L 14-28 8.6 61 (87.1%) 0 0 - 0 0 6 4 86 21.5 3 0 0
    15 BAL L 12-20 12.1 45 (90.0%) 0 0 - 0 0 9 4 121 30.3 3 0 0
    16 DAL L 20-27 15.0 66 (82.5%) 0 0 - 0 0 10 6 90 15.0 6 1 0
    17 ATL L 32-34 22.6 51 (83.6%) 0 0 - 0 0 9 6 106 17.7 5 2 0

    Touchdown Distances
    Receiving: 50, 4, 24, 72, 41, 7, 19, 10
    Fumble Recovery: 3

    2017
    Wk Opp Score FPts Snp RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuFD RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReFD ReTD FL
    2 CHI W 29-7 15.3 55 (77.5%) 0 0 - 0 0 9 7 93 13.3 7 1 0
    3 MIN L 17-34 6.7 47 (88.7%) 0 0 - 0 0 12 7 67 9.6 3 0 0
    4 NYG W 25-23 12.7 59 (92.2%) 0 0 - 0 0 11 5 67 13.4 4 1 0
    5 NE L 14-19 4.9 68 (94.4%) 0 0 - 0 0 8 5 49 9.8 3 0 0
    6 ARI L 33-38 15.5 64 (91.4%) 0 0 - 0 0 8 3 95 31.7 3 1 0
    7 BUF L 27-30 15.1 63 (87.5%) 0 0 - 0 0 10 7 91 13.0 7 1 0
    8 CAR L 3-17 6.0 62 (92.5%) 0 0 - 0 0 10 5 60 12.0 4 0 0
    9 NO L 10-30 1.3 52 (88.1%) 0 0 - 0 0 6 1 13 13.0 0 0 0
    11 MIA W 30-20 9.2 55 (83.3%) 0 0 - 0 0 10 5 92 18.4 5 0 0
    12 ATL L 20-27 7.8 61 (85.9%) 0 0 - 0 0 12 6 78 13.0 5 0 0
    13 GB L 20-26 3.3 66 (86.8%) 0 0 - 0 0 6 2 33 16.5 1 0 0
    14 DET L 21-24 2.5 58 (81.7%) 0 0 - 0 0 5 2 25 12.5 2 0 0
    15 ATL L 21-24 13.9 51 (83.6%) 0 0 - 0 0 8 5 79 15.8 3 1 0
    16 CAR L 19-22 10.7 53 (79.1%) 0 0 - 0 0 8 6 107 17.8 5 0 0
    17 NO W 31-24 5.5 70 (84.3%) 0 0 - 0 0 13 5 55 11.0 3 0 0

    Touchdown Distances
    Receiving: 13, 6, 37, 12, 42