I'm admittedly still a little bitter at Russell Wilson for not getting Doug Baldwin (2-44) more involved last week, but a 2-score game from Davante Adams helped soften the blow. Pierre Garcon and Allen Robinson both finished the season with solid performances, and Cameron Meredith threw a TD pass to go along with a 4-61 receiving line. Let's look ahead to the first weekend of playoff football:
Cash Game Wide Receivers
Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers
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It looks like the only thing that can slow down Brown this weekend is a potential Steeler blowout. He finished the season with a strong performance against the Ravens in Week 16 (10-96-1), and will look to continue his stellar campaign against the Dolphins this weekend. The Steelers easily have the highest team total on the slate, and Brown will continue to be an integral part of the Steelers offensive attack. He is averaging 10.3 targets per contest, and his 21.3 DraftKings points per game is easily the highest among all WR for this slate. Do yourself a favor and get exposure to the best WR in the NFL.