Antonio Brown caught two passes for 22 yards and a touchdown and added two rushes for -6 yards versus the Browns in Week 17.
Armed with a $42.5 million extension in part due to Mike Wallace's contract demands, Brown's production was down across the board in 2012. Limited to 13 games by a mid-season high-ankle sprain, Brown posted 66 receptions for 787 yards and five touchdowns while losing three full yards on his punt-return average. Brown isn't a true No. 1 receiver, but he may be forced into the role with Mike Wallace likely to seek greener pastures. Brown will be a borderline WR2/3 in fantasy drafts next summer.