You don’t need some so-called Fantasy expert to tell you Antonio Brown is a great receiver to draft. Or that he’s worth a first-round pick. Brown has delivered 10-plus Fantasy points in 70.2 percent of his games over the past four seasons, a great figure for a receiver. Things should get even better for him this year as the Steelers are expected to welcome back Martavis Bryant to their offense. Adding him to a mix that includes so many other multi-dimensional players will make it impossible for opponents to double-team Brown moving forward. It also won’t hinder his targets — he’s averaged over 11 targets per game over the past four years and should be right in that neighborhood again in 2017, even with the Steelers’ deep receiving corps. Brown’s worth taking as soon as No. 4 overall in non-PPR leagues and potentially No. 1 overall in PPR formats.