Mike Evans has been one of the top rookie performers this year and there is no reason to believe he’s going to slow down anytime soon. The rookie is coming off the best game of his career, one where he totaled 209 yards and two touchdowns. This week, Evans gets an average Chicago Bears pass defense so expect big numbers from the rookie again this week. Start Evans in every format.
Vincent Jackson hasn’t been the impact fantasy player that owners believed they were getting when they drafted him earlier this year. Last week, Jackson caught just three passes for 43 yards and hasn’t scored more than 8.6 points since week five. He’s still startable as WR3 against the Bears but Evans is taking over and has much higher upside moving forward.
It’s revenge time for quarterback Josh McCown, who gets to go against his former team this week. McCown has scored over 20 points in both of his last two game and the Bears offer another nice matchup for the veteran. He did great job getting Mike Evans the ball last week against the Redskins and has looked more comfortable than ever in a Buccaneers uniform. McCown looks poised for another 20-plus fantasy point performance.
Charles Sims popped up on the injury report on Thursday and is questionable for Sunday’s matchup against the Bears. The Buccaneers are probably just giving him some rest so expect Sims to play against a slightly above average run defense. Sims is now the lead back in the Buccaneers backfield but he’ll still lose carries to Bobby Rainey and Doug Martin if he plays.
Chicago has given up the most fantasy points to opposing tight ends so this could be the week that Seferian-Jenkins breaks out. He has posted some decent numbers in between a few duds in the last few weeks but the Bears have been terrible against tight ends all year long. If you’re desperate for a tight end give the rookie a shot. Seferian-Jenkins might not get a better chance to have a big game all year.
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