Lee Evans | WR
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Summer of 2011: Fantasy Projections
I’ve been down on Lee Evans for years, since Eric Moulds and Drew Bledsoe left Buffalo. My main problem for Evans wasn’t his talent so much, but more that Evans needs the structure he had as a youngster to be an effective fantasy option regularly. Finally, Evans has that structure again, and possibly better than ever as he lands with Baltimore, after the Bills felt they had a surplus at receiver.
I’m on board to take Evans top touchdown numbers and top reception numbers over the past three years and combined them together. The Ravens were desperate for a respectable deep threat, and with Evans getting No.2 coverage and fewer double teams, he will make plays for the Ravens and is a worthy option to consider as a No.3 receiver in standard scoring formats.
No, Evans won’t catch over 80 balls in a season, but he is a player to target in the lower rounds as a sleeper to sit on, and he should give you a nice return on investment.