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Again, we'll break this down a little bit.
Yardage: Antonio Brown
Apologies to Mike Wallace, but this is Brown's big year. He came close to surpassing the team's other big-name receiver in 2011 while starting for the first time. This year, I think he'll edge Wallace in a close competition.
If you want a prediction on how much yardage, I'll say both will be over 1,000 yards, but maybe not by a large amount. I think with Emmanuel Sanders healthy that the Steelers will spread the ball out a lot to their four receivers, their tight ends and their runners. So let's say about 1,200 yards should do it, with Wallace just behind at 1,150.
Touchdowns: Jerricho Cotchery
This seems a bit of a reach, but if you think about it, it makes some sense. Cotchery was a huge weapon in the red zone for the Steelers. While Heath Miller should also make a comeback on the touchdown charts, Cotchery is the other go-to guy inside the 20.
I think this will be close because, again, the team will spread out the passing. Cotchery seems like a safe bet, though, since he will be a possession guy whose best work is in close quarters.