Antonio Brown showed up to work looking like this on Sunday, and, well, I’m not exactly sure what I’m supposed to say.
Antonio Brown touchdown celebrations are almost as highlight worthy as Antonio Brown touchdowns. In the fourth quarter of Monday night’s game, Antonio Brown did what he’s been doing all season. He caught a touchdown pass which put the Steelers up for the first time in the second half. And then he did a funky dance.
The NFL’s leader in receptions and receiving yards, Antonio Brown, was back at once again during Sunday’s Steelers-Colts game in Pittsburgh. The Steelers wideout made this unreal one-handed touchdown grab in the second quarter to put his team up 28-10 against a favored Indianapolis squad. Update: Yup, still a big waste of time.
The Indianapolis Colts are set to face the Pittsburgh Steelers this weekend and Colts punter Pat McAfee has one simple request for Steelers’ wide receiver Antonio Brown. The request? Please don’t kick McAfee in the face. Can you leave this particular move at home this weekend boss? @AntonioBrown84 pic.twitter.com/FyeLdwJk0P — Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) October 20,
Antonio Brown is having himself quite the day. Not only does his have the best celebration of the weekend so far, he also got away with a pretty blatant offensive pass interference before making this sick diving TD grab, his second of the day. [GIFd Sports]
Antonio Brown has quietly become one of the best wide receivers in all of football. He may also have some of the best touchdown celebrations in the game. After scoring a touchdown against the Bucs to tie the game, Brown pulled out… whatever moment of glory this is. Of course, because Brown dared to entertain
In case you somehow missed it from Sunday’s NFL action, Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown karate kicked Browns punter Spencer Lanning, sending the 26-year-old punter into an unfortunate spiral of notoriety. The kick also launched a bevy of hilarious photos, memes and videos, including this one with WWE treatment and Jim Ross on the call.
Antonio Brown of the Pittsburgh Steelers did his best to hurdle a would be Cleveland Browns tackler, but instead he ended up delivering a devastating karate kick to the face. Check out the video which is hard not to watch over and over. Brown was assessed a well deserved 15-yard penalty on the play. LOOK
Emmanuel Sanders hopped from Pittsburgh to Denver this offseason, leaving Big Ben and the Steelers for another veteran QB in Peyton Manning. All was quiet from Sanders until an interview with 104.3 in Denver on Monday during which he was asked about the difference between Roethlisberger and Manning. I feel like Peyton is a far
[content_block id=134239] Editor’s note: Over the course of the summer, Next Impulse Sports will be releasing NFL team previews every Tuesday and Thursday. Check back on Tuesday for the Baltimore Ravens Edition and access all NFL Previews here. Today: The Pittsburgh Steelers Last Year: 8-8 (2nd place in AFC North) Man, last year was downright
Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown made this unreal grab in the corner of the endzone during the third quarter of the Pittsburgh-Chicago game on Sunday Night Football. Maybe the best highlight of the weekend. [GIF via @CJZero]
Antonio Brown thought that he had returned a punt return for a touchdown, and was so confident that he even ran the last 20-yards backwards. Unfortunately for the backpedaling speedster Steelers’ Curtis Brown was flagged for an illegal block in the back on the play and the 80-yard touchdown was nullified. via @CJZero