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WR Antonio Brown - Pittsburgh Steelers

5-10, 186Born: 7-10-1988College: Central MichiganDrafted: Round 6

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17 at CLE 54 0 0 0 17 13 187 1 1 23.7
18 at CIN 74 0 0 0 12 7 119 0 0 11.9

Recent Game Summaries

2015 Week 18 vs CIN (12 / 7 / 119 / 0 rec)

Antonio Brown had 7 receptions for 119 yards before leaving the game late with an injury. Early 1st quarter, Brown caught a screen pass for a 2 yard reception. A couple of plays later, Brown caught another screen pass for a 4 yard reception. Mid 2nd quarter, Brown ran a crossing-route for a 4 yard reception. Late 2nd quarter, Brown ran a post-route for a 23 yard reception. Late 2nd quarter, Brown ran a crossing-route for a 11 yard reception. Mid 3rd quarter, Brown ran a crossing-route for a 60 yard reception. On the play, Brown spun to break a tackle then cut to the right sideline for a 60 yard gain. Mid 4th quarter, Brown ran a curl-route for a 7 yard reception. With 28 seconds left in the 4th quarter on a 4th and 3, Brown ran off a quick Heath Miller pick and came back for a 12 yard reception. On the next play, Brown ran a crossing-route and took a hard hit from Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict. Brown had to be helped off the field due to a concussion from the hit. On the play, the Bengals committed two unsportsmanlike penalties to set up the game-winning field goal.

2015 Week 17 vs CLE (17 / 13 / 187 / 1 rec)

Antonio Brown led all receivers with 13 receptions for 187 yards and 1 touchdown. Early 1st quarter on 3rd and 2, Brown ran an out-route for a 3 yard reception. A couple of plays later, Brown ran a curl-route for a 13 yard reception. On the play, Brown was stripped and fumbled the ball as he was being tackled resulting in a turnover. During the next series, Brown ran a comeback-route for a 27 yard reception. On the play, Brown got past the defensive back and ran down the left sideline. A couple of plays later, Brown ran a curl-route for a 6 yard reception. A couple of plays later, Brown ran a slant for a 26 yard reception. On the play, Brown was shoestring tackled from behind or the play would have resulted in a touchdown. Early 2nd quarter, Brown ran an out-route for a 20 yard reception. On the next play, Brown ran a comeback-route for a 19 yard reception. Late 2nd quarter, Brown ran a slant for a 18 yard reception. A couple of plays later, Brown ran a vertical-route for a 17 yard touchdown reception. On the play, Brown ran in-between 2 Cleveland defenders as he turned back for the ball after crossing into the end zone. Brown had 10 receptions in the first half. Early 4th quarter, Brown ran a crossing-route for a 16 yard reception. Mid 4th quarter, Brown ran a comeback-route for a 17 yard reception. A couple of plays later, Brown caught a shovel pass for a 4 yard gain before being tackled on the Browns 3 yard line.

2015 Week 16 vs BAL (11 / 7 / 61 / 0 rec)

Antonio Brown had 7 receptions on 11 targets for 61 yards. Late 1st quarter on 3rd and 8, Brown ran an out-route for a 27 yard first down reception. Early 2nd quarter, a 16 yard touchdown reception was reversed when it was determined that Brown was not able to maintain possession as he was coming down out of bounds with it. Mid 2nd quarter, Brown ran an out-route for a 9 yard reception. Early 3rd quarter, Brown ran a curl-route for a 5 yard reception. A couple of plays later, Brown ran a crossing-route for a 7 yard reception. Mid 3rd quarter, Brown ran an out-route for a 18 yard reception.

2015 Week 15 vs DEN (18 / 16 / 189 / 2 rec)

Antonio Brown dominated the 2nd half as he was un-coverable for many of his receptions. Brown had 16 receptions on 18 targets for 189 yards and 2 touchdowns. Late 1st quarter, Brown ran an out-route for a 10 yard reception. Late 1st quarter, Brown ran a crossing-route for a 12 yard reception. Early 2nd quarter, Brown ran a crossing-route for a 17 yard reception. A couple of plays later, Brown ran a curl-route breaking the first tackle for a 11 yard reception. A few plays later, Brown ran a crossing-route for a 9 yard reception. A couple plays later, Brown ran an out-route for a 4 yard reception. Late 2nd quarter, Brown ran a comeback-route for a 16 yard reception. Early 3rd quarter, Brown ran a curl-route and caught a tipped pass for a 8 yard reception. A few plays later, Brown scored a 9 yard touchdown reception. On the play, Brown got behind Broncos cornerback, Chris Harris, and made the reception in the right corner of the end zone. Late 3rd quarter, Brown ran a comeback-route for a 20 yard reception. On the play, Brown shook off a tackle to gain additional yardage. Early 4th quarter, Brown ran an out-route for a 11 yard reception. On the next play, Brown ran a crossing route for a 17 yard reception. On the play, Brown shook off a tackle to gain additional yardage. Mid 4th quarter, Brown ran a comeback-route for a 9 yard reception. Late 4th quarter, Brown ran a vertical-route for a 23 yard touchdown reception. On the play, Brown got on the inside of Broncos defender Chris Harris and utilized his speed to get to the end zone.

2015 Week 14 vs CIN (10 / 7 / 87 / 0 rec)

Antonio Brown had 7 receptions on 10 targets for 87 yards. During the opening series, Brown ran a slant-route for a 19 yard reception before being tackled on the 2 yard line. Late 1st quarter, Brown ran a comeback-route for a 16 yard reception. On the following play, Brown ran a comeback-route for a 16 yard reception. Early 2nd quarter, Brown ran a comeback-route on the right sideline for a 9 yard reception. Mid 3rd quarter, Brown ran a slant-route for a 26 yard reception.

2015 Week 13 vs IND (11 / 8 / 118 / 2 rec)

Antonio Brown was a game-changer on offense and special teams. Brown dominated his matchup with Colts cornerback, Vontae Davis. Brown had 8 receptions on 11 targets for 118 yards and 2 touchdowns. Brown added a punt return for a touchdown late in the game. Mid 1st quarter, Brown ran a short curl-route for a 16 yard reception after he broke a couple of tackles. Mid 2nd quarter, Brown ran a comeback-route for 3 yards. A few plays later, Brown ran an out-route for a 26 yard reception. Later in the drive on 3rd and 2, Brown ran a short route and turned around as soon as he entered the end-zone. The pass was waiting for Brown has he turned for the 7 yard touchdown reception. Late 3rd quarter, Brown ran a go-route for a 48 yard reception. On the play, Brown got behind double coverage to come down with the reception. Later in the drive, Brown ran a comeback-route for a 5 yard touchdown reception. On the play, Brown boxed out Vontae Davis for the touchdown. Late 4th quarter, Brown topped off his evening with a 71 yard punt return for a touchdown.

2015 Week 12 vs SEA (12 / 6 / 51 / 0 rec)

Antonio Brown was shadowed by Richard Sherman throughout most of the game. Late 1st quarter, Brown caught a comeback-route for a 15 yard reception. Early 3rd quarter, Brown caught a comeback-route for a 5 yard reception. A couple of plays later, Brown caught a screen pass for a 7 yard reception. Late 3rd quarter, Brown ran a comeback-route for a 11 yard reception. A couple of plays later, Brown ran a quick-slant for another 11 yard reception.

2015 Week 10 vs CLE (14 / 10 / 139 / 2 rec)

Antonio Brown had another monster stat-line with 10 receptions on 14 targets for 139 yards and 2 touchdowns. Once Roethlisberger entered the game, they started where they left off last week vs. Oakland. Early 1st quarter, Brown ran a short WR screen for a 8 yard gain. Mid 1st quarter, Brown ran a crossing-route for a 16 yard reception. Early 2nd quarter, Brown ran a crossing-route for a 8 yard gain. He followed that up running a hitch-route for a 9 yard gain. Mid 2nd quarter, Brown ran another hitch-route for a 3 yard reception. He followed that up with a 10 yard reception on a crossing-route. To finish the drive, Brown made a 4 yard touchdown reception on a slant-route. On the play, Brown ran behind a Heath Miller pick for the easy touchdown reception. On the next play, Brown came back for the ball to complete the 2-point conversion in the back right corner of the end-zone. Late 2nd quarter, Brown made a 3 yard reception while running a slant-route and was tackled one yard short of the end-zone. Late 2nd quarter, Brown ran a slant-route for a 20 yard reception. Mid 4th quarter, Brown ran a slant over the middle and caught a quick pass from Roethlisberger. On the play, Brown got behind the defense and ran for a 56 yard touchdown. As Brown was going into the end-zone, he did a front-flip landing on his feet.

2015 Week 9 vs OAK (23 / 17 / 284 / 0 rec, 2 / 22 / 0 rush)

Antonio Brown dominated the game with 306 total yards. He made some great receptions and was elusive running with the ball. Brown took advantage of the Raiders man-to-man coverage. During the middle of the 1st quarter, Brown completed a 13 yard reception on the right sideline. He showed good concentration dragging both feet as he came down with the ball. Brown followed that up with a 8 yard reception on a comeback route. Late 1st quarter, Brown got open deep on a play-action pass for a 59 yard reception. After he made the reception, he shook off one defender as he gained a few additional yards. A few plays later, Brown ran a crossing route completing a 11 yard reception. On the next play, he caught a pass on a slant route for 9 yards. During the middle of the second quarter, Brown ran an end-around to the right sideline for a 16 yard gain. A couple of plays later, Brown caught an over the shoulder pass for a 41 yard reception. Late 2nd quarter, Brown ran a comeback route and made a 19 yard reception on the left sideline. A couple of plays later, Brown ran a sideline route completing a 9 yard reception. At halftime, Brown stat-line read 10 receptions for 180 yards. Early 4th quarter, Brown caught a screen pass for a 9 yard gain. During the middle of the 4th quarter, Brown ran a crossing route good for a 15 yard gain. Late 4th quarter, Brown ran a sideline route completing the reception for 15 yards. Late 4th quarter with the game tied at 35 points, Brown ran a quick slant route. After completing the reception, he broke a tackle and ran down the left sideline for a 57 yard gain.

2015 Week 8 vs CIN (11 / 6 / 47 / 1 rec)

Antonio Brown started off the game on-fire but faded as the game wore on. During the 1st drive on a 3rd and 2, Brown made a 14 yard reception while coming back for the ball on the right sideline. Later in the drive, Brown found a hole in the middle of the zone for a 12 yard gain. A few plays later on 3rd and goal, Brown ran in motion from left-to-right. Brown continued running and caught a quick pass as he hustled to the right side of the end-zone for a 1 yard touchdown reception. Brown only had two receptions during the second half. Early 3rd quarter, Brown ran a post route and completed a 17 yard reception.

2015 Week 7 vs KC (8 / 6 / 124 / 0 rec, 1 / 6 / 0 rush)

Antonio Brown bounced back and showed good chemistry with Landry Jones. During the second series on a 3rd and 5, Brown ran a post route and snagged the ball out of the air for a 21 yard reception. Late 2nd quarter, Brown ran a sideline route for another 21 yard reception. Early 3rd quarter, Brown ran down the left sideline and showed good concentration coming back for a 26 yard reception. During the next series, Brown ran a slant route but couldn't come up with a tipped pass. The ball was in-and-out of his hands and resulted in a Kansas City interception. Late 3rd quarter, Brown went up for a jump ball on the right sideline for a 41 yard reception. Early 4th quarter, Brown ran a comeback route for a 16 yard reception.

2015 Week 6 vs ARI (8 / 3 / 24 / 0 rec)

Antonio Brown's numbers have taken a steep drop-off due to backup quarterback play. Brown is hopeful Ben Roethlisberger returns as soon as possible. Early in the 3rd quarter, Brown was visibly upset with Michael Vick after he missed him on a pass. After Landry Jones entered the game, things did not get much better for Brown. Brown was targeted on a 2 point conversion but their must have been confusion on the route. During the next series, Jones missed Brown on a crossing route which would have led to at least a 15 yard gain. A few plays later, Brown got open after a Heath Miller pick but Jones missed the pass. Brown threw up his hands as being obviously upset. Early in the 4th quarter, Brown ran a go-route down the left sideline. Brown came back for the pass and made a good reception turning around for a 23 yard gain.

2015 Week 5 vs SD (6 / 3 / 45 / 0 rec)

Antonio Brown's targets have continued to suffer due to the quarterback change to Michael Vick. Late in the 1st quarter on a 3rd and 5, Brown got open on a crossing route after San Diego cornerback, Jason Verrett, was picked on the play. Brown caught the pass over the middle and ran across the field for a 39 yard reception. Brown made a short reception early in the 2nd quarter and was not targeted again until late in the 4th quarter. He completed a 4 yard reception on a crossing route during the final drive of the game.

2015 Week 4 vs BAL (9 / 5 / 42 / 0 rec)

Antonio Brown's receiving numbers suffered due to the quarterback change to Michael Vick. During the third series, Brown caught a wide receiver screen pass, reversing field for a 5 yard loss on the play. Later in the series on a 3rd and 15, Brown caught a short crossing route for a 6 yard gain. During the middle of the second quarter on a 1st and 10 from the Baltimore 36 yard line, Brown dropped the ball on an end zone corner route. It was a difficult catch but one which Brown usually makes. Late in the 2nd quarter on a 2nd and 16 from the Baltimore 41 yard line, Brown caught an 8 yard reception in loose coverage. On the next play, Brown caught an out-route while dragging his right toe for the 16 yard reception. The game script went away from Brown during the second half where he only received one target in the 3rd quarter. During the second series in overtime on a 1st and 10 from the Pittsburgh 41 yard line, Brown made a 17 yard reception on a comeback route.

2015 Week 3 vs LA (13 / 11 / 108 / 0 rec)

Antonio Brown was dominant again in the passing game. He extended his NFL record streak of 35 consecutive games with at least 5 receptions and 50 yards before the first quarter was completed. During the opening drive, Brown caught short passes for 7 and 6 yards. On a 3rd and 2, Brown caught a quick curl pass for a 12 yard gain. During the second series of the game on a 2nd and 4, Brown caught a skinny post for a 19 yard gain. Brown followed that up with a 16 yard gain on a quick slant. Later in the drive on a 3rd and 7, Roethlisberger found Brown for a 15 yard gain down the left sideline. Brown gained the bulk of his yardage, 9 receptions for 86 yards, in the first half. Early in the 3rd quarter, Brown picked up where he left off with an 8 yard gain on a quick hit. Later in the drive on a 3rd and 13, Brown caught a quick slant and fought hard for the first down. After Michael Vick entered the game, Brown did not register any more receptions.

2015 Week 2 vs SF (11 / 9 / 195 / 1 rec)

Antonio Brown was once again the main target in the passing game. Brown now has at least 7 receptions in 14 straight games including the playoffs. He was uncoverable at times even in double coverage. On the first drive, Brown caught an over the shoulder reception for a 23 yard gain. After a Heath Miller touchdown during the second series, Brown caught a 2 point conversion on a curl route. During the 3rd series on a 3rd and 6 from the Pittsburgh 39 yard line, Brown exploded out of double coverage for a 59 yard reception. He faked back across the field to gain an additional 15 yards on the play before being tacked at the 2 yard line. In the middle of the 4th quarter, Brown caught a 57 yard reception on a vertical route. Two plays later, he caught a 7 yard touchdown reception in the left corner of the end zone.

2015 Week 1 vs NE (11 / 9 / 133 / 1 rec)

Antonio Brown battled Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler throughout the game. During the second series of the game on a 3rd and 5, Brown made an amazing short catch while his arms were wrapped around Butler's helmet. A couple of series later on a 3rd and 6, Brown caught a vertical route for a 37 yard gain. On the fifth series of the game, Brown faked out Butler on a play action pass for a 33 yard gain. Late in the game from the New England 39 yard line, Brown undercut the secondary for a 29 yard gain. The play did not stand due to a offensive line penalty. With seven second left from the Patriots 11 yard line, Brown caught a touchdown in the back of the end zone against perfect coverage from Butler. Brown extended his streak of at least 5 receptions for 50 yards in 33 straight games.

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