Can you imagine if Evans had played in the NFL during the time of Jim Kelly?
That would have been one special combination, but I digress.
With that, I give you a video slideshow of Evans when he was a member of the Buffalo Bills.
For one, there aren't too many cornerbacks better than Quentin Jammer of the San Diego Chargers in the NFL.
He's always been a solid cover corner and very good at reading while in zone coverage, despite the standards of other critics.
However, he is susceptible at times, and Lee Evans makes him look foolish with this catch.
Even though Darrelle Revis is considered one of the best corners in the NFL, Evans proves that the will to win is just as powerful as talent.
Now that Evans is in Baltimore, he and Revis may meet up in the postseason.
I sense epic tension, anxiety and excitement rolled together to watch that matchup.
It's not an acrobatic catch, or a bomb where he's outracing a defender, but this catch shows how dangerous Evans is inside the red zone.
He makes the corner look stupid, as he outmaneuvers him en route to another TD.
J.P. Losman, of all QBs, drops back and launches this one to Evans against the Indianapolis Colts.
Here you see the speed, acceleration and focus of the wideout as he's left open, but he doesn't lose poise or his stride. He remains calm, cool and collected while the ball is in flight and thereafter.
This one is a compilation of Lee Evans burning defenders left and right.
None of the previously shown plays in this slideshow appear here, so enjoy Mr. Evans at his finest.