Fantasy football owners who traded for the offensive players of Tampa Bay Buccaneers are kind of worried now. There is no one except Chris Godwin who has been putting out numbers and scoring points for the owners. However, there is no need to give up on the wide receiver Mike Evans yet as he has huge potential for the rest of NFL 2019 season.

Evans had 1,524 yards with 86 receptions in the last season, but the starting two games for Bucs were kind of low. In the first game, Evans had two catches, 28 yards and in the recent Thursday night, it was 4 for 61. It doesn’t mean that the numbers won’t blow up as the rest of the season progresses. Here are the reasons why you should trade Mike Evans in your fantasy football team as he can end up as one of the best wide receivers of 2019 NFL season.

Reasons to Trade Mike Evans in your Fantasy Team

Reasons to trade Mike Evans in Fantasy Team

Mike Evans has been playing consistent since his rookie year and never had less than 71 catches. He made 12 touchdowns in his first year with the Buccaneers and even in the last season he managed to scored eight TDs. Evans is reliable name who will prove his worth in the upcoming matches.

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Jamies Winston, the quarterback of Tampa Bay Buccaneers is struggling at the moment but he’s still managing to throw the ball. Mike Evans and Winston are kind of a duo and they both need to improve and help each other.

Mike Evans managed to break the cover of James Bradberry against the Carolina Panthers game in Week 2. He managed the line against one of the best cornerbacks and it shows that he is ready for facing the most elite opponents.

Chris Godwin and Mike Evans

Chris Godwin is in great form by scoring two touchdowns and the same will help Evans in the field. Both the wide receivers are good friends and will look out for each other in the next games for Bucs.

O.J. Howard hasn’t been doing much as the tight end for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and it means more red-zone targets for Mike Evans. The Bucs will next face the Giants and the Rams in Week 3 and 4 and hence Evans will get plenty of chances to improve his fantasy football rankings.

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