After a 10-reception, 181-yard day against the Lions in Week 16, wide receiver Mike Evans needed just 40 on Sunday yards to reach 1,000 receiving yards in seven consecutive such seasons to start a career, breaking a record previously held by Randy Moss. Evans reached the milestone on a 20-yard reception from quarterback Tom Brady in the first quarter of the Bucs’ season finale against the Falcons on Sunday.

The newly written NFL record just adds to a number of franchise record already held by the veteran wide receiver.

 

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5 months ago

Awesome HOF Mike!! I hope the injury is not serious.

thewbacca
5 months ago

Congratulations Mike Evans! Anyone who could make Manziel look good was destined for great things!

bucballer
5 months ago

Way to go Mike! U deserve it buddy! A model of consistency and the greatest Buc’s WR of all time! Go Bucs!

PewterHeart
5 months ago

Congrats big M1k3! HOFer for sure! Let’s get that ring to add to the resume.