Evans got off to a spotty start with Tom Brady, though he was a constant threat in the red zone. He gained two receiving yards in both Week 1 and Week 3, but caught three combined touchdowns. He had six touchdowns in his first five games and a total of 13 on the season. Unlike Chris Godwin, Evans’ production actually increased in the games that Antonio Brown was active. Including the playoffs, Evans averaged 13.1 PPG (half-PPR) in 11 games with Brown and just 11.9 PPG in the nine games without an active Brown. That’s the difference between low-end WR1 numbers and midrange WR2 production. Evans is going off the board as the No. 15 receiver, which is reasonable value. There are just a lot of mouths to feed in this offense.