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 Post subject: Brown vs. Browns
PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 5:44 pm 
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Antonio is as amazing as ever. How many more years does he have to do this to assure having his bust in the Hall of Fame?


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 Post subject: Re: Brown vs. Browns
PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 6:10 pm 
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blu wrote:
Antonio is as amazing as ever. How many more years does he have to do this to assure having his bust in the Hall of Fame?


Basically just stay healthy. He already has the HOF resume (though, no ring). 5 more years of even average stats (which could fall off a cliff post-Ben) will give him the numbers he needs.

Food for thought:
At 29, AB has just shy of 8500 yards (78th all time - will move into the 40's by season end) and 50 TD's (119th - should move into the 70's by season end). He will probably end-up 2-3 all-time in yards, and might crack the top-10 in TD's.

At the same age, Jerry Rice had just under 8000 yards and 79 TD's....but played into his 40's, mostly with Joe Montana, Steve Young and Rich Gannon.

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 Post subject: Re: Brown vs. Browns
PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 6:11 pm 
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AB. 11 targets. 11 catches. 182 Yds.


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 Post subject: Re: Brown vs. Browns
PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 6:12 pm 
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Stallworth16 wrote:
AB. 11 targets. 11 catches. 182 Yds.


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 Post subject: Re: Brown vs. Browns
PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 6:14 pm 
AB isnt close to the HOF imo. ..and wont be should trends continue. . For all his numbers the Steelers are damn slightly better than avg during his tenure...

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 Post subject: Re: Brown vs. Browns
PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 7:01 pm 
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AB isnt close to the HOF imo. ..and wont be should trends continue. . For all his numbers the Steelers are damn slightly better than avg during his tenure...

Lombardis.....with an S



Yeah, a WR needs a SB win to get in. Just like Cris Carter, Andre Reed, Curtis Lofton, Charlie Joiner, and Steve Largent.


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 Post subject: Re: Brown vs. Browns
PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 7:32 pm 
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Best player in the NFL IMO.


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 Post subject: Re: Brown vs. Browns
PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 7:39 pm 
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Best player in the NFL IMO.



Ehhh, the second half of last year that was pretty clearly Lev Bell. Or some like David Johnson. And you still take a handful of QB's over AB. And then there's JJ Watt. That guy in DEN. Probably a few others.

I'm not sure AB is even the best or even top-3 WR's. He DOES have lunch-pale consistency.

Fun as hell to watch. I still miss Hines Ward.

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 Post subject: Re: Brown vs. Browns
PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 8:01 pm 
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Kodiak wrote:
blu wrote:
Antonio is as amazing as ever. How many more years does he have to do this to assure having his bust in the Hall of Fame?


Basically just stay healthy. He already has the HOF resume (though, no ring). 5 more years of even average stats (which could fall off a cliff post-Ben) will give him the numbers he needs.

Food for thought:
At 29, AB has just shy of 8500 yards (78th all time - will move into the 40's by season end) and 50 TD's (119th - should move into the 70's by season end). He will probably end-up 2-3 all-time in yards, and might crack the top-10 in TD's.

At the same age, Jerry Rice had just under 8000 yards and 79 TD's....but played into his 40's, mostly with Joe Montana, Steve Young and Rich Gannon.


Jerry Rice also has four Super Bowl rings. Antonio, none. Getting one would solidify his place in Canton.

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 Post subject: Re: Brown vs. Browns
PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 8:07 pm 
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AB is 29 years old. He's got good years left.
6th round, Central Michigan (195th pick)

2010, 16 rec, 167 yds. 10.4 avg, 1 TD (kick ret)
2011, 69 rec, 1108 yds, 16.1 avg, 3 TD
2012, 66 rec, 787 yds, 11.9 avg, 5 TD

2013, 110 rec, 1499 yds, 13.6 avg, 8 TD+ 1 TD ret
2014, 129 rec, 1698 yds , 13.2 avg, 13 TD+ 1 TD ret
2015, 136 rec, 1834 yds, 13.5 avg, 10 TD+ 1 TD ret
2016, 106 rec, 1284 yds, 12.1 avg, 12 TD

2017, 1 game, 11 rec, 182 yds, 16.5 avg.
*Bold type=NFL leader

That 4 year run is historic. Most receptions over a 4 year period all-time (481 rec). One of 2 players all-time to have 100+ receptions, 4 years in a row. 5 Pro Bowls. 3 times First team All-Pro.


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