Mike Evans signs with the Buffalo Bills
After losing to the Kansas City Chiefs and having their Super Bowl dreams dashed once again, it is time for the Bills to make a huge move and really go for it next season. Bringing in Evans would be that move.
The Bills already have Stefon Diggs, but Gabe Davis is an unrestricted free agent. If the Bills were to add Evans to pair with Diggs and then build the group with young and productive guys like Khalil Shakir, Deonte Harty and possibly Justin Shorter, this could be a very formidable group, particularly when it's Josh Allen that is throwing them the ball.
Evans may shy away from a place like Buffalo due to the cold weather after playing his entire career in the warm weather of Texas and Florida, but with the size of Buffalo's championship window, that might be enough to entice him to take a shot and sign with them.
Evans has posted 1,000 yards or more receiving all 10 years he's been in the league. The only other player in NFL history who has done that is Jerry Rice. If he signed in a place like Buffalo where the team has an explosive offense and one of the league's best passers, there would be no reason to believe that streak would stop.