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During his first three seasons, Antonio Brown found heaps of success working short to intermediate routes and using his “isolation” skills in space to create additional yardage. He can best be classified as a playmaker with ball in hand, quick and shifty with loose hips, and unafraid to operate in traffic. Now back to that key word; space. Brown was certainly afforded plenty of it playing alongside vertical threat Mike Wallace, who had the full attention of opposing defenses on every single snap. The 2013 version of the Steelers can boast no such downfield presence, and early returns reveal that Brown is feeling the squeeze. Read more by logging in or purchasing The Fix's "Front Office" package or '13 Fantasy Football Draft Kit -->.