Sunday September 20th, 2015

Antonio Brown showcased both his speed and agility on a 59-yard catch against the 49ers on Sunday.

Brown first flew by a pair of San Francisco defenders to get into open space and make the catch. Then, he stopped just inside the 20-yard line to reverse direction and head for the sideline.

The catch was Brown’s fourth of the game, and gave him 116 yards receiving with over six minutes remaining in the second quarter.

DeAngelo Williams scored on a two-yard rush the following play to put the Steelers ahead 14–0. Pittsburgh then converted its second two-point conversion of the game to make it 16–0.

- Kenny Ducey

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