Bucs optimistic Evans could play in wild-card round

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He's hopeful Evans can get on the practice field Thursday in preparation for Saturday night's NFC wild-card game at Washington. And it looks like Washington is more than ready for the challenge that Brady presents. Tom Brady, I'm coming. "I want Tom. I want Tom".

Is Young getting a little too confident ahead of facing a six-time Super Bowl champ?

Just as Washington players headed for the locker room following the win over the Eagles, the 21-year-old made it clear that he is not backing down from the next challenge, even if it happens to be the greatest quarterback the National Football League has ever seen.

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The Buccaneers are playoff-bound (another contingency in Brown's bonus) and they'll face the victor of the NFC East, which will be determined after the Washington-Philadelphia matchup on "Sunday Night Football". Of course, Brady has his crew rolling as of late. The Buccaneers have won their lost four games, scoring 40-plus points in their last two games, with Brady finishing the season third in passing (4,633 yards) and second in passing touchdowns (40).

Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians said today that Evans is day to day after the MRI found the knee injury that knocked him out of yesterday's game wasn't significant.

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