|Week 5 (@JAC) - Average||8.0||126.0||1.0||0.5||5.5||0||18|
|Week 5 (@JAC) - Dave Richard||8||118||1||0||0||0||17|
|Week 5 (@JAC) - Jamey Eisenberg||8||134||1||1||11||0||20|
|2014 Season - Average||102.5||1345.0||7.5||5.0||31.0||0||172|
|2014 Season - Dave Richard||101||1235||8||5||29||0||165|
|2014 Season - Jamey Eisenberg||104||1455||7||5||33||0||178|
|Current Player Ranking: 8|
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|09/30/2014||Shane Vereen, RB NE|
Peyton Manning, QB DEN
|Antonio Brown, WR PIT|
Steve Johnson, WR SF
|09/30/2014||Antonio Brown, WR PIT|
Packers , DST GB
|Fred Jackson, RB BUF|
Keenan Allen, WR SD
Rashad Jennings, RB NYG
|09/30/2014||Antonio Brown, WR PIT|
Darren McFadden, RB OAK
|Rashad Jennings, RB NYG|
T.Y. Hilton, WR IND
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|FFT Blog: Who left points on the board in Week 4? |
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
(9/29/14) Over at the Fantasy Football Today blog, I noted a handful of players who left Fantasy points on the field in Week 4. Whether it was due to a play called off due to penalties or just an overthrow by a quarterback, a handful of guys could have helped you more than they did in this weekend.
The list is headlined by Steelers receiver Antonio Brown, who could have had two more touchdowns -- in addition to the two he already scored -- Sunday, if Ben Roethlisberger hit him in stride. Elsewhere, Jaguars receiver Allen Hurns' inability to hang on to the ball cost him another score, the second time that has happened in four games.
Check out the blog post for video of those two plus Kendall Wright of the Titans, Kelvin Benjamin of the Panthers, Davante Adams of the Packers and the Colts' T.Y. Hilton's close brushes with the end zone.
|Antonio Brown is the greatest |
|by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(9/28/14) The Steelers' Antonio Brown was the seventh-best wide receiver in fantasy last year, so understandably, big things were expected of him coming into 2014. But with the way he's started the season, he might be looking at top-five or even top-three status come season's end.
For the second straight game, he scored two touchdowns Week 4 against Tampa Bay, the second on a diving 27-yard grab over the top of a Buccaneers defender, and for the fourth straight game -- that's every single one, in case you've lost count -- he topped 90 yards, finishing with a season-high 131 on seven catches.
In other words, he turned in his best performance in what's already been a ridiculous season so far. Where does he go from here?
Having watched the game, I have to say I was also impressed by Markus Wheaton's ability to go get a pass, contorting his body as necessary, but he still has nothing on Brown. With no real threats to his targets, you can take Brown at face value in Fantasy.
|Antonio Brown stays torrid Sunday with two-TD game |
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
(9/28/14) The finger of blame for the Sunday loss to Tampa Bay certainly can't be pointed at prolific Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown.
Brown continued to run roughshod over opposing defensive backs by snagging seven passes for a game-best 131 yards. He grabbed a 27-yarder to the Buccaneers 8-yard-line late in the first quarter and continued to rack up the yards. He scored an 11-yard touchdown with a fine inside move with 15 seconds remaining in the quarter.
The best was yet to come. Brown simply outmaneuvered cornerback Alterraun Verner in the end zone with five minutes remaining in the second quarter for a 27-yard score, his fifth of the season.
Brown, who has 427 yards receiving in just four games, will try to remain on a roll next Sunday in Jacksonville.
|Antonio Brown unstoppable on Sunday night |
|by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com|
(9/22/14) Steelers receiver Antonio Brown tormented the Panthers on Sunday Night Football, catching all 10 of his targets for 90 yards and two touchdowns and drawing a 19-yard pass interference flag too.
Brown stretched out for a 30-yard grab on a second-quarter go route. He dragged his feet to secure his first touchdown, a 7-yarder in the back corner of the end zone early in the third quarter. Brown capped that quarter with another 7-yard scoring catch.
This was the 19th straight game in which Brown has caught at least five passes. Brown will look to keep rolling Week 4 against the Buccaneers.
|Antonio Brown returns, turns in solid performance |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(9/12/14) Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown struggled with an injury early, but wound up turning in a solid performance Thursday.
Brown picked up a rush attempt and two catches on the team's first drive, but had to leave the game after taking a big hit. He returned during the second quarter after passing concussion tests. He didn't play a huge role until the last drive of the game. Brown made three receptions during the drive, gaining 51 yards. Brown was also the target of the game-ending interception. He finished with seven receptions for 90 yards. He also had two carries for 10 yards.
Brown will take on the Panthers Week 3.
|Maybe it took a bit longer than expected, but Antonio Brown has finally emerged as the Steelers' top receiver. Last year he finished with 110 catches for 1,499 yards and eight touchdowns -- all career-highs. Here's a fun stat: Not only was Brown one of the leagues most targeted receivers with 165, but he was second among all receivers with at least 140 targets in success rate with 66.7 percent of his targets caught. With Emmanuel Sanders shuffling off to Denver, Jerricho Cotchery moving on to Carolina and the Steelers thin on wideout talent, you should expect Brown to continue getting lots of attention from Ben Roethlisberger. He's the real deal as a No. 1 Fantasy receiver, especially in PPR leagues. He'll come to you as a relative bargain in Round 4, as he ranks just behind higher picks like Dez Bryant and Jordy Nelson.
(Updated 6/5/14) |