Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown knows that even after a huge win, there is still room for improvement.
At the time of the Steelers’ last game, the Kansas City Chiefs were the only undefeated team in the NFL. They went on the road to defeat the Chiefs 19-13, but Brown is not going to get complacent.
“We haven’t put our best performance out there,” Brown said, via ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler. “Each week we getting little better, and I think we’ll continue to get a little better, and see more big plays.”
Brown has been outstanding through six games, with 48 receptions for 700 yards and 2 touchdowns. However, the Steelers’ offense as a unit has not been nearly as productive. They have yet to score 30 points in 2017, and haven’t reached 20 points in consecutive weeks.
Their much improved defense has been a pleasant surprise, and has them still among the elite teams in the NFL. Also, the AFC North is down this season, which will give them a boost as the season goes on.
However, in a season where there is no dominant team, in order for the Steelers to have the best chance at a Super Bowl, their offense will have to produce more big plays.
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