First a one-game suspension for fighting and then the loss of starting QB Jameis Winston conspired to make it a very trying last month for Tampa Bay Buccaneers ace wideout Mike Evans. Drafted in the middle of the first round in most fantasy football drafts this past summer, Evans has seen his numbers crater this season compare to his monster 2016 campaign (96 catches, 1,321 yards, 12 TD). Heading into Week 13, Evans sits with a disappointing 51 catches for 702 yards and 4 scores and over the last month he has performed like nothing but a WR 3. The good news however is that Evans will get back Winston this week as the latter returns from his shoulder injury. While Winston has his own worts, the one thing that is obvious is that he loves looking Evans' way and the two should instantly go back to being very bust in the passing game. Thus, Evans should graduate right back to WR 1 status and just in time as the fantasy football playoffs wait. While the totality of Evans' season is going to be below summer expectations, the end could be potent.