Re: Antonio Brown overrated
I always just figured Brown was the replacement for Ward. Not going to light it up during a game via stats or insane plays, but on 3rd and 8 with 3 mins left down 6 points deep in your own territory, he'll catch the ball and get the first down when you need it most.
Then, on 3rd and 19 from the 50 after a holding call and slant pass tackle, he'll be open 20 yards down field, make the catch and get the first and move the chains.
That's what I figure Brown is, and for that, he is not over rated at all.
As for the Wallace, the kid has so much potential and just seems to not want to work hard and simply rely on his speed. He has to be better at getting jump balls, fighting for position on passes, coming back or going to the ball. The Best receivers aren't just fast, they make catches in traffic, fight for the ball, and then, do something with it when they have it. He could be that, but isn't yet.
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