2. Mike Evans
Mike Evans is one of the best wide receivers in the league and there’s really no doubting that.
Evans took a small step back last year- in terms of receptions- when he finished the season 67 catches for 1,157 yards and eight touchdowns. All of that was done in just 13 games and was good enough for him to earn a second-straight Pro-Bowl recognition.
He’s going to take the next step this time around.
With Brady at quarterback and the emergence of Chris Godwin, as well as incoming rookie Tyler Johnson, Evans is going to be put in one-on-one situations and he’s going to absolutely tear opposing defensive backfields up as a result.