A.J. Brown, wide receiver, Philadelphia Eagles
The Eagles' top receiver was in the headlines due to his frustration with his production during their latest win. A.J. Brown voiced his displeasure due to his lack of involvement in the game. Jalen Hurts did his best to settle him down.
At the time the incident took place, the receiver only had three catches for 17 yards. He had a touchdown called back due to a penalty on Philadelphia during a play.
Brown has 11 catches for 108 yards and zero touchdowns through two games. He leads the Eagles with 17 targets, so Hurts is certainly throwing his way.
The Buccaneers defense allowed nine catches and 150 yards to Vikings star Justin Jefferson in Week 1. Tampa Bay had difficulty containing Chicago Bears' D.J. Moore the following week. He finished with six catches for 104 yards. Brown will get a few chances to be successful.
There is a good chance that Brown has his best game of the season so far. Look for Hurts to connect with him throughout the contest next Monday night.
Prediction for Brown - eight targets, six catches, 107 yards, one touchdown