After Chaos Week 1, Chiefs Urged to Trade for $82.5 Million WR: ‘No-Brainer’

With the exception of a few of big plays from rookie wide receiver Rashee Rice, the Kansas City Chiefs wide outs did nothing to instill

confidence in Chiefs Nation during the team's 21-20 loss to the Detroit Lions in Week 1.

Marquez Valdes-Scantling, a veteran, led the squad in receptions with 48 yards. None of the receivers had more than three catches, and all of them,

including tight end Blake Bell and running back Jerick McKinnon, had at least seven drops.

That's why, with Travis Kelce's recovery from injury still questionable, Jarrett Bailey of USA Today is advocating for the defending Super Bowl

champs to make a Week 2 deal for Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver Mike Evans."Having him work the perimeter while (Travis)

Kelce eats in the middle of the field would make for a real conundrum for defensive coordinators, especially in the red zone," Bailey wrote of Evans on September 8.

"It's a no-brainer for both parties." The Chiefs require weapons, and the Buccaneers require draft money; both sides should be able to accomplish this."

Mike Evans, 30, was drafted seventh overall by the Buccaneers in 2014. Since then, he has racked up nine consecutive 1,000-yard seasons, 

Evans is a big-bodied receiver who has fashioned a Hall of Fame career out of beating opposing defenders outside the numbers.

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