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Antonio Brown | Pittsburgh Steelers | WR

2012 Experience: 3rd Season

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Fantasy Football Outlook: Quickly becoming one of my favorite receivers in the game, Antonio Brown isn’t flashy, and maybe he will never be a WR1 in fantasy leagues, but he’s clearly the best route runner in Pittsburgh, and Ben Roethlisberger’s go to receiver.

Brown came along as we went deeper into last year, and by seasons end he was one of the top three receivers in third-down yardage.

This should tell you when Roethlisberger needs a play to move the chains, he’s looking to Brown often. With Mike Wallace on the other side of the field, drawing top coverage, Brown will have miss-match opportunities, and should build on his 69 receptions.

What stands out to me about Brown, is unlike other “possession” receivers, he had a 16 yard per catch average. Yes, his speed is solid and he can make big plays like the game-winning touchdown he had against the Cleveland.

My main knock on Brown from last year was his two touchdowns, but with the Steelers likely to use a spread offense and his continued development, I expect Brown to easily improve.

Current ADP trends have Brown sliding down to 26th off the board in what is a deep class of receivers. Consider him a great value as a WR3 this summer, and jump on that price.

Receptions Yards TD
2012 Projected Stats  90  1,332  6
2012 Fantasy Football Draft Prep: ADP's | Rankings | Mocks | Cheat Sheets + Auction Values
Receiving
Year Age G GS Rec Yds Y/R TD Lng R/G Y/G
2010 24 9 0 16 167 10.4 0 26 1.8 18.6
2011* 25 16 3 69 1108 16.1 2 79 4.3 69.3
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Summer of 2012: Fantasy Projection

Quickly becoming one of my favorite receivers in the game, Antonio Brown isn’t flashy, and maybe he will never be a WR1 in fantasy leagues, but he’s clearly the best route runner in Pittsburgh, and Ben Roethlisberger’s go to receiver.

Brown came along as we went deeper into last year, and by seasons end he was one of the top three receivers in third-down yardage.

This should tell you when Roethlisberger needs a play to move the chains, he’s looking to Brown often. With Mike Wallace on the other side of the field, drawing top coverage, Brown will have miss-match opportunities, and should build on his 69 receptions.

What stands out to me about Brown, is unlike other “possession” receivers, he had a 16 yard per catch average. Yes, his speed is solid and he can make big plays like the game-winning touchdown he had against the Cleveland.

My main knock on Brown from last year was his two touchdowns, but with the Steelers likely to use a spread offense and his continued development, I expect Brown to easily improve.

Current ADP trends have Brown sliding down to 26th off the board in what is a deep class of receivers. Consider him a great value as a WR3 this summer, and jump on that price.

Receptions Yards TD
2012 Projected Stats 90 1,332 6

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