WR Mike Evans
In his first three games this season, Evans topped 20 fantasy points, in PPR format. He had a clunker in Week 4, but that was mostly due to the lackluster performances from Tampa as a whole.
Fantasy owners should see Evans as a legitimate WR1 this season. He hasn’t lived solely on touchdowns either. He is averaging just under 10 targets per game, and that strong share should continue against a terrible Atlanta secondary.
WR DeSean Jackson
In Tampa Bay’s last contest, DeSean Jackson was the only Buccaneer receiver who produced. He snagged five passes for 112 yards. Expect similar numbers with a better matchup for the speedy deep threat.
So far this season, Jackson looks like he did years ago with the Philadelphia Eagles. Ryan Fitzpatrick has connected with him down the field in nearly every game. Jameis Winston may be taking over, but don’t expect to see a drop off in targets.
He’s seen an average of 5.5 targets per contest. If Jackson can haul in just a pair of those, he is likely going to provide double-digit fantasy points.
QB Jameis Winston
In his first game back as a starter, Jameis Winston is a viable starting option for owners looking for a quarterback. So far this season, Atlanta has allowed 398.4 passing yards per game. With the weapons surrounding Winston, he should put up solid fantasy numbers.
If Fitzpatrick can put up numbers, Winston should be able to follow suit.
The key for Winston, as always, will be turnovers. If he can avoid interceptions, his fantasy value will skyrocket.