Mike Evans put up eight catches for 155 yards today. He also had five drops today. That's tied with Brandon Jacobs for the most in a single game over the past decade, according to ESPN Stats & Info.
Mike Evans has 5 drops today, tied for the most drops in a game in the last 10 seasons (Brandon Jacobs, Week 15 of 2007 vs WSH)— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) November 8, 2015
Their approach to drops is pretty strict, too. They're not talking about technically-catchable-but-tough catches, just catches that really any receiver in the NFL would make as a matter of routine. This is pretty ridiculous -- and the weirdest part is, this isn't the first time Evans has had the dropsies this year. In week three he dropped between two and five passes, depending on how you count them -- and he made seven catches for 101 yards in that game.
It's a weird season for Evans. No one tell Pepsi, though.
What can we say? @MikeEvans13_'s got great #hands. Let's go! #NYGvsTB https://t.co/su2XSC7nRD— Pepsi™ (@pepsi) November 8, 2015
Also here's a gif with a bunch of those drops.