11. Antonio Brown, WR, New England
As long as he’s willing to wear the proper helmet, there will be nothing stopping Brown from being one of the best wide receivers in the NFL in 2019. Even as he grew unhappy in Pittsburgh last year, Brown had no problem amassing over 1,200 receiving yards and a career-high 15 touchdown catches. Despite being smaller than the other elite receivers in the game, Brown is no less difficult to defend with his incredible speed and quickness.
Despite changing teams over the off-season, we should expect the same old Brown in 2019. Oakland quarterback Derek Carr is going to love throwing the ball to him and the Raiders will need him to produce, making it a safe bet that Brown will have his seventh consecutive season with at least 100 catches.