AJ Brown is more consistent than Mike Evans. And prior to this year, he missed just two games, about on par with Mike Evans whom missed two in his second year also. Evans also ended 2019 on IR.
And AJ Brown is 4 years younger than Mike Evans.
Miles Sanders is what he is, the starting “lead back” in a RBBC. Just like a slew of other RB’s like Josh Jacobs, Darrell Henderson, DeAndre Swift, etc. He’s a guy in the huge morass of RB dead zone. Which actually has a fair amount of value in this RB starved league.
I’ll also note he had more rushing yards, a higher ypc, and the same total td’s last year as he did as a rookie (when he was in a RBBC too). His passing game usage took a hit, more from the change in his role and the suckitude that was Wentz last year.
I like Mitchell too, but let’s be honest, he’s had ONE good game (against the Lions). And only then because almost every other RB on the roster was injured. And then he himself got injured. He’s a fine lottery ticket, but the Niners have and trust Mostert, Wilson, and Hasty more. And Sermon was drafted 3 rounds before Mitchell. He’s far from “the future” in SF. He might be, but there are a lot of players in his way.
You did get a TE out of the deal.
This is not a completely unfair trade. It’s also one I never would have made. Good luck though.