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Antonio Brown, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers
Coming off a subpar season, Brown might be undervalued on draft day. By default, though, he's going to be the No. 1 option in the passing game for Pittsburgh, following the departure of Mike Wallace to free agency. Brown wasn't terrible last year, but he wasn't dynamic, either. After catching 69 passes for 1,108 yards in 2011, Brown slumped to 66 catches for just 787 yards in 2012 - a pedestrian 11.9-yard average. Some of the drop-off can be attributed to a high ankle sprain which kept him sidelined for three games and limited him in several others. A change to offensive coordinator to Todd Haley resulted in the Steelers throwing the ball down the field less frequently. Still, the Steelers aren't likely to become a run-dominated team anytime soon. Ben Roethlisberger averaged 34.5 pass attempts per game last season. Brown was targeted 8.1 times per game in 2012. With Wallace gone and tight end Heath Miller coming off an injury, Brown's targets could increase significantly. That would make a repeat of his outstanding 2011 stat line a possibility.