NFL record 10th straight 1,000-yard season for Buccaneers WR Mike Evans.

On Sunday afternoon, Mike Evans joined a select club of NFL wide receivers.

Evans has 162 receiving yards in the Buccaneers' 21-18 win over the Panthers on Sunday. Evans became the first NFL receiver to reach 1,000 receiving yards in each of his first 10 seasons.

Evans is the second wide receiver to have 1,000+ receiving yards in 10 straight seasons. Hall of Famer Jerry Rice has 14 1,000-yard seasons and 11 such seasons from 1986-1996. Rice has 22,895 receiving yards for the record. 

Rice's closest active competitor is Julio Jones at No. 16. Evans has 11,275 career yards and was 37th entering Sunday's game.

Randy Moss has 10 1,000-yard seasons, but not consecutive. The only other league player to reach double digits is Moss.

Since the Buccaneers drafted Evans from Texas A&M with the No. 7 selection in 2014, he has been a consistent receiver. Evans recorded 1,051 yards and 12 touchdowns in his first season and has since exceeded 1,000 yards in every season

The 30-year-old was 1 yard above the mark in 2017 and has come close to breaking that streak several times. He had 1,006 and 1,035 yards in 2020 and 2021.

Sunday marked Evans' third 100-yard receiving game of the season. He had 143 yards against the Titans last month after 171 against the Bears in Week 2. Sunday, Evans won with seven catches for 162 yards and a score. His 75-yard diving catch midway through the third quarter gave Tampa Bay the lead again.