Good article by Starkey. https://www.post-gazette.com/sports...urish-as-a-No-1-receiver/stories/201904100163 I'm not worried about JuJu, as others have stated, it's whats after him thats more of a question mark. JuJu will at a minimum, hit 1,000 yards which would be a drop off but would still be a successful season in his first year as a number 1 being double teamed and getting all the DC's attention. It's silly to think he needs to match the yards he produced last year when only 5 other receivers hit that mark and none of them were named Antonio Brown. 1426 yards is a great season and would be difficult to match even if AB were still on the team. AB has only gone over that 4 times himself. I personally think JuJu will have a 1300 yard, 10 TD campaign. He's obliterated AB's first two seasons and shouldn't have much trouble matching ABs 3rd year production of 787 yards and 5 TD's. The reason I am making these comparisons is not to disparage AB but to show how great JuJu is playing. He also has the most yards in history at his age and only player with two 97 yard TD's. Yeah, the kids special.