24. Antonio Brown (TB)
Getting targets in this crowded offense is going to be a challenge for all of the Buccaneers’ skill players. Antonio Brown learned that first hand when he signed on with the team midway through the year. After being the unquestioned top option in Pittsburgh for so many years, it was jarring to see Brown operate as more of a complementary player within Tampa Bay’s scheme.
We’ve seen what he can do as a No. 1 option. In the event another Bucs pass catcher sustains an injury, Brown would be in line for a larger serving of targets. Accounts of Tampa’s training camp is that Brown looks as fast as ever. Brown ranked No. 1 among all WR’s in fantasy points scored (PPR) each year from 2013-2017.
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