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Author: Jon Kuzma
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The Pittsburgh Steelers have weapons all over the field in guys like Ben Roethlisberger, Le’Veon Bell, and JuJu Smith-Schuster. However nobody in the league is bringing it like Steelers Wide Receiver Antonio Brown is. Brown is 2 touchdowns away from his impressive fourth consecutive season of at least 10 touchdown receptions. Those numbers are mind boggling and it’s not just Brown’s sure hands that needs to be celebrated. This guy has done a great job of preparing his body as well and that has helped the veteran wide out avoid injuries. The Steelers offense wouldn’t be what they have evolved into today without Antonio Brown’s contributions and if the touchdowns aren’t good enough for you keep in mind Brown has already hit the 1,000 yard receiving mark in 2017. That’s the sixth time A.B has been able to do that since entering the league back in 2010 and truthfully no receiver has been more productive than the former Central Michigan Chippewa. You’re talking about the best athletes on earth going head to head and competing week in and week out. Antonio Brown has simply dominated every single person he has went up against and if you exclude Tom Brady Brown is the best football player on the planet. The consistency and constant big plays prove that and it’s a huge title to own considering Julio Jones, DeAndre Hopkins, and Larry Fitzgerald are all players Brown competes against. You just can’t say enough good things about what number 84 does on the football field and it has to be mentioned he also leads the league in receiving yards with 1,195 right now. Everybody else is trying to keep up with Antonio Brown and the Steelers also have the league’s leading rusher in Le’Veon Bell. Having those star players sure makes life easier on the offense and this team is poised to make a deep run in the playoffs they just have to clean up their execution a little bit.
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