Buccaneers the only team with two Pro Bowl WRs this season
The NFL has announced its list of players who were selected for the Pro Bowl. And a look at the WR list for the NFC team will send a lot of Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans into a happy state of mind.
— NFL (@NFL) December 18, 2019
The fact that both Mike Evans and Chris Godwin made it to the Pro Bowl is a sign that there’s a lot of good things happening in the Buccaneers offense so far. They are definitely only a couple of players away from making waves in and around the NFL, and these two wideouts have everything to do with their current stroke of good fortune recently.
Evans has easily been the best passing option for Jameis Winston this season. Through 13 games, he’s notched 1137 yards and eight touchdowns. He’s been ruled out for the remainder of the season, but there’s a chance that he could make an appearance for the January 26 game.
Godwin has also been a revelation for the Bucs. The third-year wide receiver from Penn State is putting up career numbers this season. He’s gotten 1333 yards and nine touchdowns to his name. He could still pad those stats if he manages to return to full health in time for their final game of the season against the Atlanta Falcons.
The fact that they have two outstanding receivers begs the question: should they stick it out with Jameis Winston or find a new pass-caller in the offseason. There will be a huge shuffle of personnel for the 2020 season, and they can pick one from the available pool. This makes the future uncertain for Famous Jameis.