|Own 1-20 - by Yard Line||4||56||14||30||0||2||50||1||0|
|Own 21-50 - by Yard Line||29||452||15.6||50||0||22||75.9||8||2|
|Opp 49-20 - by Yard Line||26||442||17||32||4||21||80.8||11||0|
|Opp 19-1 - by Yard Line||11||56||5.1||13||9||10||90.9||0||0|
|Last Two Minutes of Half||6||56||9.3||22||2||5||83.3||1||0|
Home vs Road
Margin of Victory
|Ahead by 9-16 Points||11||125||11.4||29||1||9||81.8||2||0|
|Ahead by 1-8 Points||9||117||13||27||4||7||77.8||3||0|
|Behind by 1-8 Points||17||225||13.2||48||3||12||70.6||3||1|
|Behind by 9-16 Points||7||61||8.7||12||1||6||85.7||0||0|
|4th Quarter within 7||8||120||15||48||1||6||75||1||1|
ACQUIRED BY BUCS:
Selected in the first round (seventh overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft by the Buccaneers.
ACQUIRED BY BUCS:
Selected in the first round (seventh overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft by the Buccaneers.
AWARDS & ACCOLADES:
2x Pro Bowl Selection (2016 & 2018).
2016 AP All-Pro Second-Team Selection
NFC Offensive Player of the Week (Week 11, 2014).
2012 PFWA All-Rookie Team Selection.
Has started 89-of-90 career games, catching 462 passes for 7,260 yards and 48 touchdowns.
Since entering the NFL in 2014, is tied for third in receiving touchdowns, ranks fourth in receiving yards and 12th in receptions, while his 15.7 yards per reception are the second-most among receivers with at least 300 catches.
Has the most touchdown receptions (48), receiving yards (7,260) and receptions (462) in franchise history.
Has recorded 24 100-yard receiving games in his career, the most in franchise history. His 24 100-yard receiving games since entering the league in 2014 are the fifth-most in the NFL.
Has nine games with multiple touchdown receptions, the most such games in team history. His nine games with multiple touchdown catches are tied for the third-most in the NFL since 2014.
Had a career-best three touchdown receptions against N.Y. Giants (9/22), joining Jimmie Giles (four vs. Miami, 10/20/85) and Morris Owens (three vs. Miami, 10/24/76) as the only players in franchise history with at least three touchdown receptions in a game. All three of Evans' touchdown receptions came in the first half, joining Giles as the only players in franchise history with at least three touchdown catches in a half.
Topped 1,000 receiving yards in each of his six seasons, becoming one of only two players in NFL history to post 1,000 or more receiving yards in each of their first six seasons (also Randy Moss).
In 2019, Evans and teammate Chris Godwin became the first receivers in NFL history to each have three games with 150-plus receiving yards in a single season.
In 2017, Evans became the first player in team history to have four total 1,000-yard receiving seasons. All four of his came in his first four seasons, establishing a new franchise record for consecutive 1,000-yard seasons as well. He extended his records in 2018.
Through his first six seasons, has totaled 7,260 receiving yards, the seventh-most in any players' first six seasons in NFL history.
Evans recorded 27 touchdown receptions through his first three seasons, the 10th-most in a players' first three seasons.
Owns three of the top 10 receiving seasons in franchise history, establishing a franchise record in 2018 (1,524), while ranking fifth in 2016 (1,256) and 10th in 2015 (1,206).
Reached 7,000 receiving yards at 26 years, 81 days old and 6,000 receiving yards at 25 years, 131 days old, becoming the youngest player to reach each mark in NFL history.
Caught at least three passes in 37 consecutive games (9/27/15-10/29/17), the longest streak in team history.
Has four career two point conversions, the most in franchise history.
Evans and quarterback Jameis Winston have 30 career touchdown connections, the most by any QB-receiver combination in team history.
Finished his rookie season ranking second amongst rookies and 19th in the NFL with 1,051 receiving yards, which also marked the ninth-most receiving yards by a rookie since the 1970 NFL/AFL merger.
With 12 touchdown receptions as a rookie, tied for first among rookies and tied for fourth in the NFL in receiving touchdowns, while setting a new franchise rookie record.
Recorded at least four receptions in nine consecutive games in 2014, the longest streak by a rookie and tied with Keenan McCardell for the third-longest streak in team history.
Had a record-setting day at Washington (11/16/2014), finishing with seven receptions for 209 yards and two touchdowns, posting the third-best yardage total in franchise history and joining Antonio Bryant as the only other player in team history with at least 200 yards and two touchdowns in a single game, while becoming the first rookie in the NFL with at least 200 yards and two touchdowns since Anquan Boldin (217 yards in 2003).
Made NFL debut in start vs. Carolina on 9/7/14.
Had 67 catches for 1,157 yards (17.3 avg.) with eight touchdowns on the season. Ranks fourth in the NFL in receiving yards per game (89.0), while tying for the ninth-most touchdown catches. His 17.3 yards per reception are the sixth-highest among qualified receivers.
Evans and teammate Chris Godwin (1,333) are only the second-ever pair of Buccaneers receivers to top 1,000 receiving yards in the same season, joining Evans and Vincent Jackson in 2014. They are the first pair of Buccaneers receivers to eclipse 1,100 receiving yards in the same season.
Against San Francisco (9/8), caught two passes for 28 yards.
On Thursday Night Football at Carolina (9/12), caught four passes for 61 yards, including a 41-yard reception that helped set up a Buccaneers touchdown.
Caught eight passes for 190 yards and three touchdowns against N.Y. Giants (9/22), establishing a new career high for touchdown receptions in a single game, joining Jimmie Giles (four vs. Miami, 10/20/85) and Morris Owens (three vs. Miami, 10/24/76) as the only players in franchise history with at least three touchdown receptions in a game. The 190 receiving yards mark the second-most in a single game in Evans' career and the fifth-most in a game in Buccaneers history.
Evans had 146 receiving yards in the first half, tied for the third-most in any half and the second-most in a first half in Buccaneers history. All three of his touchdown receptions came in the first half, joining Jimmie Giles as the only players in team history with at least three receiving touchdowns in a half. Evans' are the most ever by a Buccaneers player in the first half.
Evans and quarterback Jameis Winston now have 26 career touchdown connections, the most by any QB-receiver combination in team history.
At L.A. Rams (9/29), caught four passes for 89 yards, including a 67-yard touchdown reception, the second-longest touchdown reception of his career.
Against Carolina at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London (10/13), caught nine passes for 96 yards.
Caught 11 passes for 198 yards and two touchdowns at Tennessee (10/27). The 198 receiving yards are the fifth-most in a single game in franchise history, while the 11 receptions match a career high for Evans.
With his totals at Tennessee, Evans surpassed James Wilder (430 catches) for the most receptions in franchise history. His second receiving touchdown brought his career touchdown total to 47 (46 receiving, one fumble recovery), surpassing Wilder for the second-most touchdowns in franchise history.
With Evans' totals in Week 3 against N.Y. Giants and Week 8 at Tennessee, he joins Charley Hennigan (1961) as the only players in NFL history with two games of at least eight catches, 190 receiving yards and two touchdown catches in a single season.
At Seattle (11/3), registered a career-best 12 receptions for 180 yards and one touchdown. His 180 receiving yards are the seventh-most in a single game in franchise history, while his 12 receptions are tied for the third-most in a single game in team history.
With his totals in Weeks 3, 8 and 9, Evans joins A.J. Green (2016) and Wes Welker (2011) as the only players with at least eight receptions, 150 receiving yards and a touchdown in three of his team's first eight games.
Evans – who caught 11 passes for 198 yards at Tennessee in Week 8 – became the first player in franchise history to post consecutive games of at least 150 receiving yards and he is the first player in the NFL to register consecutive game with at least 175 receiving yards since 2014 (Julio Jones).
Evans joined James Wilder as the only player in franchise history to post consecutive games with at least 10 receptions.
Caught four passes for a team-leading 82 yards against Arizona (11/10).
Against New Orleans (11/17), caught four passes for 69 yards.
Caught four passes for 50 yards at Atlanta (11/24). With his totals at Atlanta, Evans surpassed 1,000 receiving yards for the sixth consecutive season, joining Randy Moss as the only players in NFL history to record 1,000 or more receiving yards in each of their first six seasons. He also extended his team records for both consecutive and total 1,000-yard seasons.
Had four receptions for 53 yards at Jacksonville (12/1).
Caught a 61-yard touchdown in the first quarter against Indianapolis (12/8), before exiting the game with a hamstring injury.
Inactive at Detroit (12/15) with a hamstring injury.
Placed on Injured Reserve on December 18.
Started all 26 games in his collegiate career, finishing with 151 receptions for 2,499 yards and 17 touchdowns.
Registered eight career 100-yard receiving games.
Owns the two highest single-game receiving marks in school history 287 yards vs. Auburn (10/19/13) and 279 yards vs. Alabama (9/14/13).
One of only three players in SEC history to average at least 90 receiving yards per game for their career (Jabar Gaffney, Florida; Josh Reed, LSU).
Ranks fourth in receiving yards (2,499), fifth in receptions (151) and fifth in touchdown receptions (17) in Texas A&M history, despite playing only two seasons.
As a redshirt sophomore (2013), played in all 13 games, setting a school record with 1,394 receiving yards on 69 catches. Also tied a school-record with 12 receiving touchdowns, which led the SEC and were the 10th-most in the nation.
Earned first-team All-American honors from The NFL Draft Report and the Associated Press.
A unanimous first-team All-SEC selection
A finalist for the Biletnikoff Award (nation's top receiver), and a semifinalist for the Maxwell Award and the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award.
Had an average of 20.2 yards per catch, the highest in that nation for any college player with at least 45 receptions.
Grabbed 17 receptions of at least 30 yards, the most in the country.
Notched five 100-yard performances on the year.
Caught seven passes for a then-career-high 279 yards against Alabama, including a career-long 95-yard touchdown. His 279 receiving yards were the most ever allowed against the Crimson Tide.
Had a career day against Auburn, catching 11 passes for 287 yards and four touchdowns. His four receiving touchdowns are tied for the second-most in a single game in school history.
As a redshirt freshman (2012), started all 13 games, catching 82 passes, the second-most in school history and the most ever by a freshman. Gained 1,105 yards, then the third-highest mark in school history, adding five receiving touchdowns.
Posted three 100-yard receiving games on the season.
Redshirted in 2011.
Majored in sports management.
Attended Ball High School (Galveston, Texas).
Lettered in football as a senior, his lone season.
Earned second-team District 24-4A honors after catching 25 passes for 648 yards and seven touchdowns.
Added two interceptions on defense.
Prep Star All-Region grid choice.
A standout basketball player, averaging 18.3 points, 8.4 rebounds and 5.2 assists as a senior.
An avid Harry Potter fan.
Married to the former Ashli Dotson,
Has two daughters, Mackenzie and Ariah.
Born Michael Lynn Evans on August 21, 1993 in Galveston, Texas.
In 2019, Evans donated two $40,000 scholarships to Texas A&M used to establish scholarships for 10 students. He also donated $25,000 to USF for local students in need of financial assistance. Many of Evans' contributions are not publicized, such as hosting a free camp at his high school, donating new uniforms, and participating in social justice.
Every year his foundation hosts 'Catch for Christmas' where Mike hosts 13 kids at the practice facility and presents them with gifts from their wish list.
As a result of all his efforts in the community, Evans was nominated as the Buccaneers 2019 Man of Year candidate.
The Mike Evans Family Foundation donated a total of $100,000 to help support local families during the COVID-19 pandemic, donating $50,000 to his hometown of Galveston, Texas, and another $50,000 to United Way Suncoast.
Sponsors "Evans' End Zone Club" Front Row Fans section to provide a special gameday experience to local charities who would otherwise not have a chance to attend Buccaneers home games.
In December 2015, provided holiday gifts to children of a local family whose parents were tragically killed in a car accident.
In December 2014, visited patients battling illness during the holidays at All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg.
In November 2014, congratulated students at Pinellas Park Middle School for winning the Fuel Up to PLAY 60 "Defend Your Turf Challenge" and led students in fitness drills.
In September 2014, participated in a Buccaneers Academy ribbon-cutting ceremony and helped build an outdoor class at Sheehy Elementary in Tampa.
In September 2014, along with UnitedHealthcare employees and teammates, helped construct 35 Learning Garden boxes/kits to be delivered to schools around Tampa Bay.
In June 2014, visited MacDill Air Force Base to greet service members and learn about U.S. military operations headquartered in Tampa.