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Raiders WR Antonio Brown is PFF’s highest-graded receiver of the decade

Raiders Wire logo Raiders Wire 5/26/2019 Marcus Mosher
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If you were to ask anyone who the best receiver of the 2010s has been, you might receive a few different answers. Surely the names Calvin Johnson, Julio Jones, and Odell Beckham would quickly come to mind. But there is one player who stands out among the rest; Antonio Brown.

From the years 2010-2018, no receiver has more receptions (837), yards (11,207) or touchdowns (74) than Brown. Since being drafted in 2010, he's made seven Pro Bowls and has been named an All-Pro selection four times (2014-2017). In 2018, he set a career high in touchdowns with 15 as he caught 104 passes in just 15 games. Brown has simply been unstoppable this decade

According to Pro Football Focus, Brown is the site's highest graded receiver since the 2010 season. It's his consistency, reliability, and explosiveness that makes him arguably the best receiver in the entire NFL.

While some wonder how he will fit in with the Raiders, his talent is unquestionable. He will make plays in any scheme with any head coach or quarterback. Look for Brown to continue to be the league's most unstoppable receiver in Oakland.


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