Poll: Will Antonio Brown finish with at least 5/50 in all 16 games in 2015?

Perennially one of the teams with a strong defense and running game, the Pittsburgh Steelers now have one of the league's best passing offenses. (They also have a strong run offense led by Le'Veon Bell, but this is clearly a team that now has to rely on its offense.)

Not only did Ben Roethlisberger tie Drew Brees for the league lead in passing yards (4,952), but the Steelers had four players with at least 50 receptions last year -- Antonio Brown (league-high 129), Bell (83), Heath Miller (66) and Markus Wheaton (53).

Even though Brown led the league in both receptions and receiving yards (1,698), he surprisingly never finished as the weekly top-scoring fantasy wide receiver last season.

That said, no receiver scored more fantasy points on the year in either scoring format than Brown.

While I have him projected to score the most fantasy points once again, it's his consistency that really sets him apart. No receiver has a higher floor than Brown.

After finishing with a minimum of five catches and 50 yards in all 17 games (counting the playoffs) in 2013, Brown once again finished with a 5/50 line in every game in 2014 to extend his own NFL record.

Will Brown once again reach a 5/50 stat line in all 16 games this season?

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