Chris Evans GW TD Reception For The Cincinnati Bengals On Sunday At Home Against The Kansas City Chiefs…..


Chris Evans GW TD Reception for the Cincinnati Bengals Football Team on Sunday. Get a 27-24 win over the Kansas City Chiefs at home. 4-Game Winning Streak right now. 8-4 on the season. 7th Rd Draft by this organization in the 2021 NFL Draft. Played 4 years as a APB for the Michigan Wolverines Football for Head Coach Jim Harbaugh in Ann Arbor. Saw them beat the Ohio State Buckeyes on November 26th, 2022 at The Horseshoe in Columbus. 3-Star Recruit in the Class of 2016 from Ben Davis HS in Indianapolis. Clean & Jerk 325 lbs in HS in his Senior season. Won Back 2 Back B1G Conference Football Champions. Get a 43-22 win over the Purdue Boilermakers at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. 13-0 on the season now. Take on the TCU Horned Frogs in the College Football Playoff Semifinal Game in the VRBO Fiesta Bowl on New Years Eve in Glendale, AZ at 4:30 PM on ESPN. Played in 2016-18. Couldn’t play in 2019 plagarism on a exam in a classroom. Played in 2020. Went 2-4 in 2020. Decided to Declare forego in 2021 for the Maize & Blue. Go to the NFL instead. Good APB in all of Football. TD reception against the Detroit Lions in his Rookie season at Ford Field in Detroit. 1st career TD reception in the NFL. I remember him score his 1st career TD run against the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors on Labor Day Weekend at The Big House in Ann Arbor in his 1st career College Football Game as a True Freshman for the Maize & Blue. TD reception against the Ohio State Buckeyes at The Horsehoe in Columbus in 2018 in the 2nd Quarter in a 62-39 lost. Another TD reception against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights at The Big House in Ann Arbor in 2017 in the 2nd Quarter in the win. Head Coach Jim Harbaugh & Zac Taylor is proud of what Chris Evans has done in Ann Arbor & Cincinnati. Live in Indianapolis, Ann Arbor, & now in Cincinnati. Live in 3 cities. Zac was impressed with Chris at the NFL Rookie Mini-Camp in 2021 in Cincinnati. Making a good difference from HS to College to the NFL now.



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