Antonio Brown Best WR? Ben’s Milestone, Injury Report
The Pittsburgh Steelers have a short week for Week 8 in the NFL coming off of their Monday Night Football win to face the Indianapolis Colts. While they’re preparing to win their first back-to-back games of the season we’re busy looking around for mentions of your Black & Gold so we’ve got you covered. Here’s your Steelers Morning Huddle for Friday, Oct. 24th.
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Antonio Brown; NFL’s best WR?
Antonio Brown is having another Pro Bowl caliber season so far but is he the best wide receiver in the NFL? As ESPN Steelers reporter Scott Brown explains, PFF made a pretty good case for Brown being the league’s top receiver going back from last season. Brown leads the NFL with 719 receiving yards through the first seven weeks of the season. Now if anyone on the Steelers would like to step up and be his No. 2 that would be great. It’s kind of odd for the Steelers to have the league’s best wide receiver leading with receiving yards going back to last season if their offensive coordinator is so awful and always calls the wrong plays, isn’t it?
Ben Roethlisberger milestone
Ben Roethlisberger is looking at joining a pretty prestigious group if he can steer the Steelers to victory on Sunday against the Colts. Roethlisberger can become the fourth quarterback in NFL history to win 100 games in his first 150 starts. Here’s a video of his teammates talking about what that milestone would mean. I’d bet this is a record that no one will complain about them trying to attain.