Antonio Brown the Steelers’ fourth-year wide receiver entered Week 13 with the NFL lead in receptions while trailing only Calvin Johnson in receiving yards. Brown’s 51 receiving first downs accounted for 35 percent of the Steelers’ team total in that category, the fourth-highest percentage in the NFL.
Brown added five receptions and 59 yards to his impressive 2013 season totals on Thanksgiving. That makes 12 straight games with at least five receptions and fifty receiving yards for Brown. The last player with a streak that long in a single season was Laveranues Coles in 2002 (13 games).
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I have Antonio on my Fantasy
team and the kid is a stud. He continues to blow up defenses, and I highly doubt he will slow down. I expect him to take Laveranues Coles record of 13 games.