Antonio Brown is the best wide out we are watching currently in the NFL; hands-down, no questions asked, and it's not really that close. Brown ended the Steelers game against the Ravens on Christmas night, not only as an AFC North champ ...

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Not only as one half of the duo that has the franchise record for most touchdowns together ...

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But Brown has joined former Indianapolis Colt and Pro Football Hall of Fame member Marvin Harrison as the only two pass-catchers in NFL history to have four straight seasons of 100+ receptions. Brown has 110 grabs in 2013, 129 in 2015, and 136 in 2015 and currently has 106 in 2016 with one game left to play. He lead the league in receptions in 2014 & 2015 and currently leads the league in 2016 with only Larry Fitzgerald (102) and Odell Beckham Jr. (96) as the only two within 10 grabs of Brown this year. 

After Marvin Harrison had 100+ receptions each year from 1999-2002, he failed to have 100+ catches in 2003 when he ended the year with 94 grabs. If Brown can manage triple-digit catches in 2017 he'd be the first player in NFL history to accomplish five straight seasons of 100+ grabs and, barring injury, Brown should have no problem reaching the top of that mountain.