Bucs’ Evans thinks he’s underrated: ‘I’ll take myself over anybody’

Bucs' Evans thinks he's underrated: 'I'll take myself over anybody'

Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans believes he should get more consideration in conversations surrounding the league’s top pass-catchers.

“I know where I’m at,” Evans said, according to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN. “My opinion matters more than anybody else because I watch all of these guys, and there are a lot of f—–g great players. But I’ll take myself over anybody.”

Evans has rattled off nine straight 1,000-yard receiving seasons to start his career, the only player to accomplish that feat in NFL history.

The 29-year-old has seen several quarterbacks throw him passes since entering the league, including Josh McCown, Ryan Fitzpatrick,


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