ESPN Fantasy Projection: Evans returns as Tampa Bay's top perimeter wide receiver. However, for the first time since his rookie season in 2014, Jameis Winston won't be his primary quarterback. That may not seem ideal after Evans put together four consecutive seasons as a top-17 fantasy WR, but it's very possible that the 26-year-old's efficiency and consistency will actually improve with Tom Brady in town. Evans has ranked near the top of the league in aDOT and YPR throughout his career, but near the basement in both catch rate and RAC. That has led to inconsistent production, including 2019, when 53% of his fantasy point total for the season came during just three games. Even if the big plays are down a bit, Evans will see enough volume and goal-line work (he's never finished lower than ninth in end-zone targets) to reach his third top-10 fantasy campaign.