WR - TB
Week 17 Outlook
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Antonio Brown caught five of six targets for 22 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 31-9 Super Bowl LV victory against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Brown returned from a knee injury that sidelined him in the NFC Championship game, hauling in most of his targets including a pivotal one-yard touchdown reception at the end of the first half to put the Buccaneers up 21-6. The veteran wideout overcame a tumultuous offseason heading into 2020, proving valuable down the stretch with two postseason touchdowns and could be a pivotal piece of the Bucs offense in 2021 if Godwin or Evans decides to test free agency and look elsewhere. If Brown returns as the third-option in the Bucs receiving corps, fantasy managers should expect to land him in rounds eight thru twelve in 2021 redraft leagues.
Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown is officially active for Super Bowl 55 against the Kansas City Chiefs despite being listed as questionable with a knee injury.
Brown missed the NFC Championship Game and was listed as questionable, but he was able to practice this week and was expected to play. He should return to his usual role as third fiddle behind Mike Evans and Chris Godwin in the Tampa Bay offense after catching 45 of his 62 targets for 483 yards and four touchdowns during eight regular season games.
Bucs wide receiver Antonio Brown is officially listed as questionable but is expected to play in Super Bowl LV, according to NFL insider Adam Schefter.
Brown missed the NFC Championship game but has had two weeks to recover for the Super Bowl and logged multiple full practices this week. He may not be 100% but should play and see a significant role in the passing game after catching 45 passes for 483 yards and four touchdowns in eight games for the Bucs this season.
Bucs WR Antonio Brown (knee) is officially questionable for Sunday's Super Bowl against the Chiefs.
Brown practiced in full on Friday for the second straight day. He's expected to play against Kansas City and resume his role as Tampa Bay's No. 3 wideout behind Mike Evans and Chris Godwin. Scotty Miller loses DFS value if Brown is active.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Antonio Brown (knee) "looked good" in practice Thursday, according to head coach Bruce Arians.
Arians confirmed that Brown was practicing and moving around quite well on Thursday, stating that the team will wait to see how much swelling Brown's knee endures before providing further updates on Friday. Seeing as the wideout has quickly progressed from being ruled out in the NFC Championship game, to being a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, to moving around and looking good in Thursday's practice, the Buccaneers should feel good about their chances to have Brown return for Super Bowl LV against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
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