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Antonio Brown

Posted in Wide Receivers on Friday, 24 August 2012.

Pittsburgh Steelers

Antonio Brown may not make too many top-10 lists for fantasy football purposes, but that's because people aren't paying attention. The man is a target hound and the Steelers are installing a more attacking offense that will look to go no-huddle more often. Brown will deliver this year just as he did last year. He's a guy who had 110 receptions (not targets) and averaged 93.7 yards per game. The best part is that you can get him in the third round in some drafts.

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