Antonio Brown 9 receptions away from moving into 2nd place all-time for receptions in a season
- Antonio Brown hauled in 10 receptions for 123 yards in the Steelers 27-20 week 15 win over the Atlanta Falcons and Brown continues to put together one of the great seasons for a wide receiver. Brown who set the Steelers all-time receiving record, has 115 receptions for 1,498 yards and 11 touchdowns on the season. With two games to go, he is on pace for 131 receptions and 1,712 yards. Only 5 players in NFL history have posted 1,700 receiving yards or more in a season. | Calvin Johnson (1,964), Jerry Rice (1,848), Issac Bruce (1,781), Marvin Harrison (1,722), Charley Henningan (1,746) |. Brown needs 9 receptions to pass Herman Moore (123 receptions, 1995) and Wes Welker (123 receptions, 2009) to move into second place all-time for receptions in a season. Marvin Harrison holds the record with 142 receptions in the 2002 season.
|Week 15 vs Falcons 10 Targets – 10 Receptions – 123 Yards
|2014 Stats: 115 Receptions – 1,498 Yards – 11 TD
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