Tampa Bay wide receivers Chris Godwin and Mike Evans both had tremendous seasons in 2019. But when it comes to deciding between which one to draft for the 2020 season, fantasy football players might be splitting hairs. Godwin currently has an Average Draft Position in the second round while teammate Mike Evans is coming off the board in the early third round. Sports Illustrated’s fantasy football analyst Ben Heisler and AllBucs editor Luke Easterling discuss the Buccaneers two super start wide receivers and debate which is better to draft this year.
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