Mike Evans has already taken the number one spot in franchise history for TD receptions and now only needs 14 more yards to take the number one spot in receiving yards.
Evans, who is one of only three players (A.J. Green and Randy Moss) to open up their careers with four consecutive 1,000-yard seasons, is on pace to shatter every Buccaneers’ franchises’ receiving records.
This Sunday the Bucs play against the Atlanta Falcons, so look for Mike Evans to break Mark Carrier’s franchise record of 5,018 yards receiving. Evans currently has 5,005 yards heading into week 6 and should easily break the record on his first reception.
Note: Mark Carrier broke the record in 5 seasons; Mike Evans will do it in 4.
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