Wide Receiver: Mike Evans
The Philadelphia Eagles are in quite the tailspin heading into the playoffs as they have lost five of their final six regular season games. This included bad losses to the Arizona Cardinals and New York Giants.
While they have dealt with a number of injuries late, one constant for most of the season has been a secondary that has allowed wide receivers to have big performances. In fact, they have allowed the most points per game to wide receivers this season.
The game on Monday night has the potential to be a high-scoring matchup and the Bucs should have success through the air. If they do, Mike Evans should be the biggest beneficary of that. He is a matchup nightmare because of his size, especially in the red zone with eight touchdowns in the final nine games.
It wouldn't be surprising to see Evans finish the game with double digit targets and find the end zone at least once, if not twice against the Eagles.