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WR Antonio Brown - Pittsburgh Steelers

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

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Preseason player page

Though the Steelers drafted Dri Archer to be a returner, for the time being Antonio Brown still is handling punt returns.

Week 5: at Jacksonville Jaguars

Detailed matchup analysis coming soon.

Recent Stats and Projections

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1 vs CLE 0 0 0 6 5 116 1 0
2 at BAL 2 10 0 12 7 90 0 0
3 at CAR 0 0 0 10 10 90 2 0
4 vs TB 0 0 0 11 7 131 2 0
5 at JAX PROJ-Dodds 0 * * 6 * * *
5 at JAX PROJ-Tremblay 0 * * 6 * * *

Recent Game Summaries

2014 Week 2 vs BAL (12 / 7 / 90 / 0 rec, 2 / 10 / 0 rush)

Brown pulled in an 18-yard reception on a crossing route on the Steelers' first drive, but was blasted by Ravens' Strong Safety, Darian Stewart, causing Brown to leave the game briefly. After a concussion was ruled out, Brown returned and was an active part of the Steelers' offense thereafter--there should be no residual concerns about his health heading into Week #3. It is worth pointing out that 51 of Brown's 90 receiving yards were generated during the last Steelers' drive when the game was out of reach, an observation that underscores the general inefficiency of the Steelers' offense in this game. Brown was also given the opportunity to run the ball on two different occasions; the first was an 'end around' for 9 yards, while the latter attempt was a quick handoff while Brown was in motion that only gained a single yard.

2014 Week 3 vs CAR (10 / 10 / 90 / 2 rec)

Antonio Brown is the keystone of the Steelers' passing game. He did everything asked of him from the offense, finishing the night catching every target thrown his way, as well as collecting a pair of touchdowns. Brown's best play of the game occurred in the second quarter when he pulled in a nifty over-the-shoulder catch for a 30-yard gain under tight coverage. His first touchdown pass occurred in the third quarter when Markus Wheaton, the primary receiver on the play, was double-covered; Brown saw Roethlisberger under duress and found open space near the back right end of the endzone where Roethlisberger placed a perfect pass that Brown pulled in with some nimble footwork. His second touchdown came on a crossing route, where he went uncovered across the middle and easily found the endzone on a 7-yard pass from Roethlisberger.

2014 Week 4 vs TB (11 / 7 / 131 / 2 rec)

Antonio Brown continued his sizzling start to the season, defying the Bucs' defense to contain him. Brown scored 2 touchdowns and finished with a season-high 131 yards receiving. His first TD came on a quick cross route in the first quarter where he got behind the opposing linebackers, but in front of the safety for a quick 11-yard touchdown; his second TD was a fantastic diving catch in tight coverage against Bucs' CB Alterraun Verner in the right corner of the endzone. Brown's fantasy output could have been monstrous if he had managed to pull in a perfectly-placed flea-flicker bomb from Roethlisberger in the 4th quarter--he dropped the pass on the Bucs' 10-yard line which, without a doubt, would have gone for a 70-yard TD. Brown also got in on the passing end of things on another novelty play in the third quarter when Roethlisberger threw a lateral pass to him in the flat, which Brown then floated across the field to Le'Veon Bell for a 17-yard pickup.

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Schedule

5@ Jacksonville Jaguars
6@ Cleveland Browns
7vs Houston Texans
8vs Indianapolis Colts
9vs Baltimore Ravens
10@ New York Jets
11@ Tennessee Titans
12--- BYE WEEK ---
13vs New Orleans Saints
14@ Cincinnati Bengals
15@ Atlanta Falcons
16vs Kansas City Chiefs
17vs Cincinnati Bengals