Antonio Brown
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The NY Times | Sep 2nd
2014's 180 targets & league high 129 grabs make a strong case for first pick overall in PPR formats.
FFLockerRoom | Sep 2nd
Falls out of top 4 for me with the expected emergence of Martavis Bryant, Won't fall out of the top 3 in PPR.
Yahoo! Sports | Sep 2nd
No. 1 fantasy WR in '15 has combined for 36 more catches than any other NFL player over the past 2 seasons - has 70+ receiving yards in 18 straight games
Fantasy Football Maniax | Sep 2nd
Brown had one of the best seasons in NFL history in 2014 with a league leading 129 receptions and 1,698 yards. He also scored 13 touchdowns. Brown turns 27-years old this year and he is entering the prime years of his career.
Fantasy Football Empire | Sep 1st
Here is a perfect example of why it's important to dig deeper into the stats and let them do the talking. In 2014, Brown was 1st in receptions (129), a close 2nd in targets (182), 1st in receiving yards (1,698), tied for 2nd in receiving TDs (13), 1st in receiving yards per game (106.1), 1st in first downs (85), and 6th in yards after catch (568). The stat that really jumps out at you is the receptions. Brown had 129 receptions versus Dez Bryant who had 88 receptions last season. That's a difference of 41 fantasy points in PPR leagues. He is a model of consistency and has increased his numbers each season over the past 3 years. I like his added value with returning punts for potential TDs. His fantasy playoff schedule includes a neutral matchup at Cincinnati in week 14, a tough matchup versus Denver, and a tough matchup against Baltimore in week 16. Here is a model of consistency fantasy football nugget: Pittsburgh Wide Receiver Antonio Brown has at least 5 receptions, 50+ receiving yards in 33 straight games.
Breaking Football | Sep 1st
Brown isn't the biggest but he's turned into a superstar due to his amazing role and elite athleticism. Is he still getting better?
FFLockerRoom | Aug 31st
Expect Brown to be at or near the top in all WR categories again in 2015.
The Fantasy Fix | Aug 31st
1. Antonio Brown, PIT Brown was far and away the best fantasy wideout in 2014. He totaled a ludicrous 129 receptions, 1,698 yards and 13 TDs. He was also the model of consistency. Brown had zero games with less than five receptions. Brown had zero games with less than 70
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 29th
If you aren't going to draft a QB in the first round then grab Antonio Brown who won't fail to score solid points weekly for your team. Over 1,500 yards and double digit TD's will happen again in 2015.
WalterFootball | Aug 28th
Last season, we saw Mr. Brown become the most consistent fantasy wide receiver in the league by a wide margin. This season, he'll be going for his third-consecutive 100+-reception and 1,400+-receiving-yard season, and there is little besides injury to believe that won't happen. With the Steelers' defense tilting toward the bottom half of the NFL, there won't be many games where Ben Roethlisberger won't be throwing in the fourth quarter, and with Le'Veon Bell and Martavis Bryant helping to take some pressure off Brown, there should be plenty of scoring opportunities for him to take advantage of this season.
EDSFootball | Aug 22nd
Perennially one of the teams with a strong defense and running game, the Pittsburgh Steelers now have one of the league's best passing offenses. (They also have a strong run defense led by Le'Veon Bell, but this is clearly a team that now has to rely on its offense.) Will Antonio Brown finish with at least 5/50 in all 16 games in 2015? Not only did Ben Roethlisberger tie Drew Brees for the league ...