Evans has finished all nine of his NFL seasons as a top-25 fantasy WR, but that streak seems to be in doubt as he enters his age-30 season with major QB uncertainty. Despite Tom Brady setting the single-season completion record last season, Evans finished 21st among WRs in receptions and 17th in fantasy points. The latter is a bit misleading, as he finished outside the top 30 in 60% of his games but was bailed out by a late-season 207-yard, three-TD game (48.7 fantasy points). Evans saw a career-low 10 end zone targets and was limited to six TDs after totaling 27 during Brady's first two seasons. With Brady retired and Baker Mayfield and/or Kyle Trask under center, Evans' upside appears limited. The vertical target is best valued as a WR3.