The Tampa Bay Buccaneers enter this NFL season as the team to beat in the league. They return all 22 starters from their Super Bowl-winning campaign and looked poised to dominate the NFC once again.

Bruce Arians has one of the best receiving corps in the league at his disposal. On top of that, the Bucs feature a dominant defense and a team that developed a lot of chemistry as the year went by.

But more than that, it's not a secret that the main reason why the Bucs are going to be a huge threat next season is because of Tom Brady. And, according to star WR Mike Evans, the rest of the league should be worried.

NFL News: Mike Evans Says The Bucs Are Better This Year

“We’re miles ahead of what we were last year,” Evans said. “Not just me and his connection, but the whole team—the whole offense. It’s really exciting and hopefully, we can do something really special this year.”

Brady now has a year of experience on Bruce Arians' system under his belt, which is a scary thought. Evans then talked about how good he feels after a couple of injury-riddled seasons, and the focus he's done on adding yards after the catch this season:

“I always try to work on YAC,” Evans added. “I always try to work on that and be in the best shape possible because if I’m in good shape and I’m healthy, I feel like I’m the best receiver on the planet. I just try to work on that mainly.”

Saying that he's the best receiver on the planet is a bit of a stretch. But there's no denying that the Bucs' three-headed monster of him, Antonio Brown, and Chris Goodwin is exciting, especially with Brady calling the shots.

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