That has been the story for Brown, who has been thrust into the No. 1 role and has thrived in it thus far. Brown led the Steelers with six catches for 104 yards on 11 targets, and is on pace for career highs in all three categories, as well as touchdowns. Jerricho Cotchery scored the only Steelers receiving touchdown to bring his total to six on the year, and double the amount of Brown's.
Fantasy Spin: As long as the Steelers throw the ball, which they of course will, expect Antonio Brown to be heavily involved in the mix. His total of 67 catches on the season is just two away from his current career-high of 69. Though he is not likely to suddenly become a threat to score touchdowns each week, his involvement is enough to pen him in as a WR2 in most formats. That remains the case in Week 11 versus a porous Detroit Lions secondary, which just had a nightmare trying to contain the likes of Alshon Jeffery and Brandon Marshall. Fantasy owners can start Brown with confidence yet again.