Drafted in the fifth round of the 2010 draft, Antonio Brown wasn't expected to make a big impact on the team.
Yet in Week 2, in Brown's first ever NFL start, he took an end around 89 yards to the house, on the game's opening kickoff.
He would later succeed in taking the fifth receiver spot form Randle El and contributed by catching a slant or running a screen here and there.
It was in the playoffs, however, where Brown contributed the most. Against the Ravens, he made a perfect helmet catch on the sideline on 3rd-and-19, which led to the game-winning score.
A week later in the AFC Championship against the Jets, Brown caught the game-clinching pass on 3rd-and-6 to send the Steelers to the Super Bowl.
He proved to all of us that pressure was no big deal to him. That's a quality you need to have in order to be a Steeler.
Now with a full year of experience under his belt, I expect Antonio Brown to make a huge leap in 2011.
Projected 2011 stats
30 rec, 425 yards, 3 TDs