Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Evans Up for Clutch Performer of the Year

Buccaneers WR Mike Evans is one of five players nominated for the Castrol Edge Clutch Performer of the Year Award.

A look back at Mike Evans' 12 touchdowns during the 2016 season.

Earlier this month, the NFL announced that five players have been nominated as the Castrol Edge Clutch Performer of the Year. Among them is Mike Evans for his game-winning catch against the Panthers in Week 17. Evans catch is one of five players nominated for the award, along with Marcus Mariota for his game-winning touchdown in Week 2, Derek Carr for his late-game drive in Week 12, Khalil Mack for his strip-sack fumble recovery in Week 13 and Antonio Brown for his game-winning touchdown in Week 16.

Evans catch has already been selected for a weekly award, winning the Week 17 honor earlier this week. He is one of three Buccaneers to win a Clutch Performer of the Week award in 2016, along with Keith Tandy and Roberto Aguayo.

Evans' touchdown was his 12th of the season, tying a Buccaneer record. He was selected to his first Pro Bowl for his performance in 2016, along with being named a second-team All Pro. The Castrol Edge Clutch Performer of the Year Award is determined by a fan vote, so Buccaneer fans are encouraged to vote for Evans early and often. To vote for him, click HERE.   

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