Antonio Brown missed the last two games of the season with an ankle injury, but he's practicing fully; healthy for Pittsburgh's game against the Jaguars this week. It's a tough matchup, but Brown did fine in the Week 5 meeting. In general, No. 1 wide receivers were hit-or-miss versus that elite secondary; some struggled, but many did just fine.

The week-by-week performances of No. 1 wideouts versus the Jaguars during the regular season are shown below. I set aside the early-season Ravens debacle in England; Baltimore just didn't show up for that one, with Joe Flacco passing for a comically bad 28 yards. And I left out the Bengals game, because A.J. Green got ejected early on in that one.

OppNo. 1NoYdsTD
at Hou.Hopkins7551
at NYJAnderson3590
at Pitt.Brown101570
at Ind.Hilton2270
at Cle.Coleman6800
at Ariz.Fitzgerald3120
at S.F.Goodwin3370
at Tenn.Matthews170

I see seven good games -- No. 1s either catching touchdowns or putting up at least 70 receiving yards, or both. Six really lousy ones -- under 50 yards and no touchdowns.

Brown is the league's best wideout, plus he himself had a big game against this defense. The closest guy to him on this list, Hopkins, averaged 68 yards and scored in both games.

So maybe you get a little less than elite numbers from Brown, but I tend to think he'll be OK. Still a chance he's one of the better performers among wide receivers playing this week.

--Andy Richardson