The staff members at Footballguys are full of opinions. In a Faceoff, we allow two members to voice their opinions on a specific player. One picked the high side, and the other took the low side.
High Side by Chad Parsons
First off, Mike Evans has high NFL Draft pedigree and one of the few receivers in the ‘big and tall' sub-category who moves well. Through two NFL seasons Evans is on a historic production track with seasons of 16 and 14 PPR points-per-game. This is at 21 and 22 years of age. The recent examples of multiple strong seasons at such a young age include receivers like Randy Moss, Larry Fitzgerald, Jeremy Maclin, Percy Harvin, Keenan Allen, Hakeem Nicks, and Josh Gordon. Outside of injury or off-the-field factors, nothing has stopped this group from churning out quality seasons at age 23 and beyond.