Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady said Thursday he needs to do a better job of trying to find Pro Bowl wide receiver Mike Evans.

Although Evans leads the Buccaneers in targets, he has had a rather inconsistent target share, and head coach Bruce Arians suggested he was open a number of times during the team’s blowout loss to the New Orleans Saints on Sunday night.

Brady sung Evans’ praises on Thursday, adding the team is still working through the best ways to keep everyone involved in the offense:

“He’s a spectacular player and I think from my perspective, it’s just me giving him opportunities to touch the ball, catch it and figuring out different ways based on different styles of defense that we’re getting that enable him to touch it,” Brady said, via the team’s website. “He’s an incredible player when he gets it and he’s an incredible player before he gets it. [We’re] working hard at it and again, I wish I’d be making every throw exactly the way I want. The only thing I can say is we’re trying to get it right, trying to figure out how to get everybody involved and put together a lot of different pieces that have never been together – including myself.”

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Evans has seen a combined 13 targets in each of the last two games, but Tampa Bay has had a hard time springing him for big plays.

For his part, Brady said it might be worth his while to give Evans more opportunities on 50-50 balls because of his ability in the air.

Of course, the addition of Antonio Brown has given the Buccaneers more weapons, but it also necessitates more scheming and thought power with respect to how best to attack opposing defenses.

In any case, Brady could make a concerted effort to get Evans the ball against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.