Brown first played for the Bucs in Week 9, and over the remainder of the season he was the No. 21 receiver in half-PPR formats. Mike Evans and Chris Godwin are both great receivers, but they’re being drafted several rounds ahead of Brown, and the numbers just don’t bear that out. In the 11 games in which they all played (including the postseason), Brown had a 20.0% share of the receptions, a 17.4% share of the yards and a 20.0% share of the touchdowns. When those shares are applied to Tampa’s 2020 passing totals, the resulting 85-831-8.4 equates to low-end WR2-type numbers. Brown’s age (33) and off-the-field behavior are the wild cards here.