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2014 Fantasy Football: Predicting The Stats For WR Antonio Brown

Predicting The Fantasy Stats For WR Antonio Brown

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To help you form a draft strategy, here is a statistical prediction for Pittsburgh Steelers WR Antonio Brown.

Games Played – 16

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Games Played – 16

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Brown suited up in all 16 games last season and put to bed all the rumors of him being injury prone. Brown should play another 16 games in 2014.

Receptions – 98

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Receptions – 98

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Brown hauled in a staggering 110 passes last season, which was second in the league. The team may run the ball much more this year with a healthy Le’Veon Bell, but Brown will still flirt with another 100-reception season.

Receiving Yards – 1,293

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Receiving Yards – 1,293

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Pittsburgh is 100% dedicated to getting the ball to their number one wideout. Brown will see plenty of targets this fall, and as a result, he will have no problem getting back over the 1,200-yard mark.

Yards Per Catch - 13.2

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Yards Per Catch - 13.2

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Brown is a reliable downfield threat, and will occasionally haul in some deep bombs but he also runs plenty of screens and slant routes. His average will sit right around 13 again this fall.

Touchdowns – 8

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Touchdowns – 8

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Brown caught eight touchdowns last season and it is safe to say that he will at least match his total from last season.