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Antonio Brown Fantasy Football Predictions for the Patriots WR in Week 3 Game Against the Jets

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    Antonio Brown Week 3 Fantasy Football

    Antonio Brown is ready to play his second NFL game with the New England Patriots on this Sunday. Despite all the controversies and two sexual assault lawsuits, Brown will enter the ground in Week 2 game against the New York Jets. In the last week match against the Miami Dolphins, Brown had four catches, rushed for 56 yards performance and made a touchdown reception.

    Fantasy football owners who selected Antonio Brown earned good money and are expecting the same in the Patriots vs Jets game. With Tom Brady in the mix, Brown is expected to have a breakout performance in the Week 3 game as a wide receiver for the Patriots.

    Week 3 Game: Patriots vs Jets

    Patriots vs Jets Antonio Brown Predictions

    New England Patriots will make sure to utilize Antonio Brown to his best capacity and create an offensive attack with Tom Brady opening the game. The New York Jets already have a weak defense and it means Brown’s fantasy rankings will hit up the sky.

    The Jets already have problems against the high profile wide receivers which was evident in the game against the Cleveland Browns where Odell Beckham Jr. thrashed them. Brown’s first game as the Patriots WR was impressive and he is expected to excel even further from that.

    Antonio Brown Predictions for Fantasy Football

    Fantasy Predictions for Antonio Brown

    Antonio Brown should be the most preferred wide receiver on every fantasy football owner. The Jets defense can’t stop Brown and Brady and will have another championship NFL season. The sports experts have predicted Brown to make seven Receptions, rush for 115 yards, and score two touchdowns.

    Bill Belichick and the Patriots will give him an early chance and let him unleash over the Jets. The way Brown played for the Patriots in the first game against the Dolphins, it was clear that his fantasy rankings are going to sky-rocket in the 2019 NFL season.

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