Who Should I Draft?

Antonio Brown or Mike Wallace (2014)

Expert Pick %
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# 8
# 24
Best
# 4
# 13
Worst
# 16
# 49
Ave Projection (?)
13.2
8.5
Best
15.1
12.5
Worst
10.6
6.2
Expert Pick %
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0%
 Nathan Miller
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ECR
# 8
# 24
Best
# 4
# 13
Worst
# 16
# 49
Nathan Miller
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4
30
Joshua Kay
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4
33
KJ
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5
27
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5
49
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5
16
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5
48
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6
29
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6
31
Sean Beazley
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6
30
Adam Rank
NFL.com
6
30
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Fantasy Team Advice
6
30
Addison Witt
Fantasy Team Advice
6
24
Mike Krueger
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6
26
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6
33
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7
37
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7
21
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7
30
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7
23
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7
38
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7
26
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7
27
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7
25
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7
28
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7
28
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7
30
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7
22
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7
25
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7
24
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7
25
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7
22
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7
26
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7
32
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7
29
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7
28
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7
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8
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8
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8
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8
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8
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25
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8
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8
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8
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8
14
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8
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8
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8
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8
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8
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8
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8
30
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8
24
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8
22
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8
23
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8
31
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8
25
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10
30
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8
22
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10
36
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8
38
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8
26
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8
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8
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8
24
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8
24
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8
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9
23
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9
26
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9
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9
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9
31
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9
28
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9
22
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9
28
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9
23
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9
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9
30
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9
26
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9
25
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9
30
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9
22
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9
23
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9
22
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9
27
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9
27
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9
33
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9
26
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9
25
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9
31
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9
29
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9
21
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9
28
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9
22
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9
18
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9
28
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9
24
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9
27
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9
25
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9
28
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9
25
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9
25
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9
33
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9
26
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9
24
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9
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9
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9
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9
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9
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9
15
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9
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10
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10
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10
22
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10
23
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10
29
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11
26
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11
28
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11
26
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11
45
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12
28
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12
19
Tony Mauriello
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13
23
Joseph Dolan
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13
23
Site Projections
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13
31
Michael Pichan
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14
21
Wayne Bretsky
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14
30
Jeff Collins
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14
29
Jeff Paur
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15
33
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16
19
Davis Mattek
Sports Wunderkind
16
24
Ave Projection (?)
13.2
8.5
Best
15.1
12.5
Worst
10.6
6.2
Receptions
6.8
4.7
Rec Yards
85.0
65.1
Rec TDs
0.8
0.3
Ave Targets / Game
10.3
8.9
Total Targets
165.0
142.0
James Hatfield
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru
Antonio Brown's consistency from a weekly perspective is amazing. He is a PPR machine and should be strongly considered in all formats.
He will repeat his 2013 performance of nearly 1,000 yards and 5 TDs.
  
Addison Witt
Fantasy Team Advice
Quietly finished as the 6th best fantasy wideout last season. The Steelers are supposedly playing more up-tempo this season, which will lead to more opportunities for Brown. He has top 3 WR potential in PPR leagues. Brown recorded at least five receptions in every game last season, and there is no reason to believe he can't replicate that again this year.
 
  
Derek Lofland
Fantasy Football Maniax
Brown was fantastic last year, finishing with 110 receptions, 1,499 yards and eight receiving touchdowns. He has emerged as the top target in the Steelers passing game. He should be poised for another monster season.
I think a new offensive coordinator will benefit Wallace, but until the Miami offense shows more, I cannot rank him higher than a WR3. He is dealing with a hamstring injury, but it is not believed to be serious.
  
Brandon Funston
Yahoo! Sports
116 yards in W1, inc. a TD that was a thing of beauty. Only qualm was 6 targets, but CLE DBs tougher than most so no worries
 
  
Chet Gresham
The Fake Football
Brown is a PPR beast last year, but still ranked as the 6th best fantasy receiver in non-ppr last year. Hopefully Markus Wheaton will take a little defensive heat off him, but either way Brown should once again be the target king in Pittsburgh.
Wallace should be used more in the slot and in different formations this season to keep him from becoming predictable like he was last season. He is a good candidate for a bounce back if that's the case.
  
Tom Schriner
FFLockerRoom
Brown becomes the first player in league history to post at least 5 catches for 50-plus yards in all 16 games. His 1,499 receiving yards put him 2nd amongst all receivers behind only Browns WR Josh Gordon. The former punt returner ranked 2nd in the NFL in catches (101) and receiving yards (1,499), scoring 8 touchdowns.
Wallace finished the year with 73 catches for 930 yards and a career-low five touchdowns. But over the final 6 games of the season he had 29 catches for 396 yards and 4 touchdowns, scoring at least 14 standard Fantasy points in 3 of those outings. The hope is new offensive coordinator Bill Lazor will help Wallace maximize his skills, but Wallace also has to prove he’s more than just a deep threat. Wallace also showed last year that when he was involved he was productive. He had at least 9 targets in 9 games and he finished with at least 8 standard Fantasy points in 7 of those contests.
  
Sablich Brothers
The NY Times
PPR monster was second in the N.F.L. in catches (101) and receiving yards (1,499) in 2013.
Finished 2013 as the 25th overall fantasy WR despite struggling to connect with Tannehill.
  
Tozzi Brothers
Legion Report
Todd Haley and Ben Roethlisberger look to incorporate another year of the Hurry-Up-Offense in Pittsburgh. OC Haley says “This is the most excited I’ve ever been about any offense,” about the 2014 Steelers. The talent is there; we’re expecting heavy offensive stats from Pittsburgh in 2014. A year of experience under this Quick Passing Scheme will definitely help the 26 year old receiver to lead the league in receptions (finished 2nd in 2013.) Defenses will stay balanced this season with the emergence of a true RB, Le’Veon Bell – something Pittsburgh has recently lacked. Brown leads a completely new set of WR’s for the Pittsburgh Offense in WR2 Markus Wheaton and WR3 Lance Moore. Look for Big Ben to hit his favorite target very often in 2014.
Wallace surprisingly finished 27th among Fantasy WRs last season despite the disconnect with QB Ryan Tannehill. Enter new OC Bill Lazor. Lazor’s main goal is to get Wallace the ball, even if that means moving him everywhere around the field. Last season Dolphins OC Sherman kept Wallace strictly on the right side of the field where he ran mostly go-routes, which created room for other Dolphins receivers, singling Wallace out. “I think I’ll get to run everything,” includes Wallace. “I’ll be a more complete wide receiver rather than a one-dimensional guy.” The 6 foot 220 receiver has reportedly been “the last one off the field” and wants to succeed in the new Dolphins lineup. Lazor was with the Philadelphia Eagles Chip Kelly last season where we all saw a career out of WR DeSean Jackson. Mike Wallace is ideally a bigger version of DeSean Jackson’s 5’10, 175 pound frame. Jackson caught 82 balls for 1332 yards and 9 TD’s last season under Lazor’s offense.Wallace gets a bad Minnesota Pass Defense in the Fantasy Championship Week – we’re viewing Mike Wallace as a Comeback/Breakout Candidate in 2014 in fully healthy.
  
Pat Fitzmaurice
The Football Girl
Not a prolific TD scorer, but safe bet for big reception and yardage totals.
Expect a bounceback after a disappointing 2013.
  
Kevin Roberts
Breaking Football
Turned in a stud year as the #1 guy. Nothing changing there.
There is still untapped upside here, especially with the Miami offense changing. Hopefully he's properly utilized now.
  
Jeff Boggis
Fantasy Football Empire
Finished 2nd in both receptions (110) and receiving yards (1,499). Had 8 rec TDs and 1 punt return. Brown should continue to produce at a high level, but I'd like to see him get more passing TDs this season. That is what keeps him from elite status
 
  
Smitty
Fantasy Football Starters
Fantasy owners should invest with some caution. I only say some not because I predict a bust type year, just to ensure that some regression is built into the investment. There is nothing wrong with ranking Brown where we have him here, it's still very respectable. It's safe, though.
 
  
Raju Byfield
Win My Fantasy League
The Steelers will run a bit more in 2014 capping upside at WR2 level
Wallace looks like a shoe-in for top 20 numbers