Second Toughest Wide Receiver in 2016 – Antonio Brown
For the third straight year, the KC Chiefs will play the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers have a magnificent offense and one of those great players on the Steelers is none other than Antonio Brown.
Brown is one of the best receivers in the NFL and he’s shown he can put up big numbers against the Chiefs.
The Chiefs will visit the black and gold in week four of the regular season, and that game will be on primetime for the whole world to see.
Brown had success against Kansas City at Arrowhead last season, catching six passes for 124 yards with no touchdowns. The season before, he had seven catches for 72 yards and a touchdown.
With Brown’s track record against the Chiefs, and the fact that this game will be played at Heinz Field in front of a rowdy Steelers crowd, don’t expect the Chiefs to pull out a victory against Pittsburgh. Brown is one of the best receivers in the NFL and he’s shown he can put up big numbers against the Chiefs.
The only reason I don’t have Brown as the toughest wide receiver this year is because the Chiefs are playing the NFC South this year, and possibly the best wide receiver in the entire league is in that division.
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