Antonio Brown ends season on fantasy hot streak

Justin K. Aller

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown caught a touchdown for the fourth straight week. We break down the fantasy implications.

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown found the end zone for the fourth consecutive week as the Steelers won their Week 17 battle with the Cleveland Browns 24-10 to finish their season at 8-8. Brown caught two passes for 22 yards and a score.

Yardage was hard to come by for any of the Steelers receivers as Roethlisberger only passed for 134 yards. But still, Brown caught his fifth touchdown of the season and fourth in the last four weeks.

Fantasy Impact: Brown has been a strong player over the course of the fantasy playoffs with his late season touchdown streak. Since coming back from injury in Week 13 he has been the Steelers most dangerous offensive threat.

With Mike Wallace entering free agency this offseason, Brown could become the top wide out in Pittsburgh next year.

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