Antonio Brown Fantasy Football Names

These Antonio Brown fantasy football names will have you dancing like, well, Antonio Brown. His appearance on Dancing with the Stars has folks talking about him that haven’t watched much football at all. One of the most dynamic players in the whole league, Brown can literally be a one-man scoring machine. Three touchdown games are not out of the ordinary. An ability to get open and great hands are two great tools for any receiver. Brown uses them well.

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  • Antonio Brown Belt
  • What Can Brown Do For You
  • Lick My Antonio Brown-Eye
  • Want to Luck? or go Brown?
  • Antonio Brownderez
  • The Brown Noise
  • Antonio’s Brownies
  • Brown Sugar
  • Browntown Touchdown
  • Antonio Brownderas
  • Brown Rice
  • Antonio “Downtown” Brown
  • Antonio Brown Rice
  • Brown Bagging It.

Antonio Brown Fun Fact

Brown likes to swim in the off season to stay in shape. Given his success, maybe other receivers should be heading to the pool. Like walking, swimming is considered a great training sport by many fitness experts. In addition to working on aerobics, it builds strength and is easy on joints and ligaments.

Antonio Brown Trivia

Why does Antonio Brown wear number 84? Drafted 195th in the 2010 draft, Brown saw all of the teams pass him by several times. The number 84 reminds him of that fact. Eight times four equals 32 which is the number of teams in the NFL. Hmm, to think he uses his jersey number as a constant reminder that others didn’t think he belonged at the top. You can’t argue with the success that this type of motivation has given him.

Antonio Brown finds the end zone again

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown turned in another strong performance in Week 10 against the Panthers. Brown caught six passes for 97 yards and a touchdown as his team went on to beat Carolina by a score of 52-21.

Fantasy Impact

Brown hauled in a 53-yard score on a play where his defender slipped, leaving him wide open down the right sideline. Brown now has 10 touchdowns in his nine games played this season. He draws a tough matchup in Week 11 against the Jacksonville Jaguars but he can still be treated as a WR1 for that contest.