Now that the playoffs are out of the way, Bucs can get to the really important thing: personal records.
But seriously, there’s one record that many in the Bay Area have noticed this year. And now in the final week of the season, those eyes are about the size of Wiley E. Coyote’s eyes after the rocket turned in his direction.
If you don’t know which record I’m referring to, it’s the record that started Randy Moss / Mike Evans’ 6th consecutive 1,000-yard season career. If Evans finishes 2020 at at least 1,000 yards, he will own all the records himself.
This doesn’t seem to have happened about four weeks ago. After the Kansas City match, Bucks’ attacks calmed down, with Evans averaging about 51 yards per match.The· Pro bowl Receivers should average close to 97 yards per game in the last four games if they want to shoot on record.
Well, after a sparkling 10 catch, 181 yard performance Detroit Lions, Evans is only 40 yards from owning a record. He is currently sitting in the 960 receiving yard that year.
Evans was able to make a notch of more than 100 yards against the Falcons in the 15th week, so it seems likely that it will happen again in the 17th week. Hearing what the Bruce Alliance said after his victory in Detroit on Saturday, I think it’s virtually guaranteed Evans will get what he needs to break the record.
“We knew-especially [against] This team – Tom [Brady] Opposed this defense for 20 years in New England [with] “All phone calls and everything,” the Arians told reporters after the match. “He was very confident that he could pass the ball to Mike in this ball game. It forced him to do it in the second half. Brain every time. [Gabbert] I had a chance, so I tried to get that record to Mike. I wanted him to get it today, and we wouldn’t have to play him next week, but next week I’ll take care of myself. I desperately want to make it happen. Whatever he needs – 50 [yards] Or whatever he left behind – Atlanta is convinced he doesn’t want to give it, so he needs to find some creative way to get it for him. “
boom. It’s there. Evans — and Bacchus fans around the world — must love to hear this. It seems that you can go ahead and bet on Evans to take the cake.
But at the same time, let’s expect Bucs to play this correctly. A Jameis Winston-type situation where Tom Brady throws three intercepts and Bucks has to fire a bomb of 40 yards or more at Chris Godwin with four downs to win the game is not desirable.
Especially if you have a legitimate shot that goes up to the 5th seed in the playoffs.
– NFL Sports
Bruce Alliance wants Mike Evans to “desperately” break the reception record of Randy Moss (and Evans himself)
https://www.bucsnation.com/2020/12/27/22201335/bruce-arians-desperately-wants-mike-evans-to-break-randy-moss-and-evans-own-receiving-record Bruce Alliance wants Mike Evans to “desperately” break the reception record of Randy Moss (and Evans himself)