He’s not a lock, but what is in his favor is he is a multidimensional player. He has the speed to be a deep threat, and therefore accumulates yardage. He also has the size to be a red zone target, so he gets TDs. Even when he slows down a bit later in his career, he can still be target as #2 WR. Larry Fitzgerald for example, has had less than 1000 yards in eight of his seasons including the last three. He’s had 12 seasons with less than 10 TDs. He’s still going to be HOF. He just had longevity. If Evans wants to continue to play for a long time I think he’ll be able to because of his ability to be a red zone target.
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