Wide receiving corps
Evans already has 50 receptions for 837 yards and four touchdowns. At only 25 years old, Evans will continue to torture defensive backs for years to come.
He has slowed down of late, but DeSean Jackson is a dynamic threat in the Buccaneers offense. Jackson’s blazing speed was a vital part of the team’s early success. He may not be around for much longer, but Jackson did bring plenty of excitement during his tenure.
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Second-year wideout Chris Godwin might be the future of the Buccaneers wideouts. If he can continue to develop this season, Tampa Bay may feature one of the best one-two punches in the league.
Despite sitting in a crowded group of receivers, Godwin has 37 catches and four touchdowns. He may not break out on the stat sheet every week, but his talent is apparent. He dominates cornerbacks and uses his size in the red zone exceptionally well.
Tampa Bay’s secret weapon, however, is Adam Humphries. The former undrafted free agent has numbers similar to Godwin but rarely gets the attention.
Humphries is entering free agency after this season and would be a great addition to any receiving corps. Tampa Bay should look to bring him back.
No team can match the talent Tampa Bay has right now. It may not have translated to many wins this season, but it is without a doubt the team’s strength.