Pirates have three clear goals for Week 17. First, he score 5-11. Second, fix the # 5 seed in NFC. Third, get a receiver Mike Evans To 1,000 yards.
Evans currently has 960 yards in 2020, which is his seventh season in the NFL. If that happened, Evans would become the first player in NFL history to generate 1,000 yards in each of his first seven seasons.
“I think it’s important to him and us,” attack coordinator Byron Leftwich told reporters on Thursday. “I think it’s really important for this organization to have that. This is something unique. Anytime you can be one [in] Any thing, [with] All the great players, all the great players who came through this league and who did things [and] Play this position. He has the chance to be one of those. This is something unique and it just shows how good a footballer he is. This is special to be one of such a thing. This is unique of its kind so you obviously want him to be able to have it. We won’t try to force it, but we’ll just make him play, let Mike be Mike and we’ll see. “
With only 40 yards needed, it wouldn’t be difficult to move Evans to 1,000 yards. He is currently linked to Randy Moss, who spent six seasons at 1,000 yards in a row to start his Hall of Fame career. Evans is quietly forming his Hall of Fame career.
As for his career, Evans has 529 hunting runs and 8,220 yards. I barely kept the current streak alive in 2017, at 1,001 yards. But live it is, and with 40 yards on Sunday against the Falcons, he set the record.