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Filling the Void: Who Will Replace Martavis Bryant’s WR2 Spot?

This season the Steelers will be without their number two wide out, Martavis Bryant due to a yearlong suspension due to violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy. This void is a tough one to fill. Bryant ranked 33rd among wide receivers last year in standard leagues posting 765 receiving yards and six touchdowns.

This leaves the question, where will the 92 targets from Bryant go?

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What’s Martavis Bryant’s Dynasty Value Really Worth?

Dynasty Football: Martavis Bryant Moving Forward [the_ad id=”58837″]Coming out of the University of Clemson, wide receiver Martavis Bryant was projected by NFL Draft experts and fantasy football pundits alike to be a potential, “diamond in the rough.” There was certainly no doubting the 6-foot-4 WR’s talent or athleticism, however there …

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Thursday Night Football – Ravens at Steelers

The winless Baltimore Ravens will look to kickstart their 2015 campaign on Thursday Night, as they travel to divisional rivals the Pittsburgh Steelers. Despite their 2-1 record, all is not rosy with the hosts, as they look to recover from the loss of their talismanic quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and keep their season afloat until he returns in about four to six weeks.

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How Will Pittsburgh Cope With Offseason Blows?

Pittsburgh Steelers fans (and fantasy fans) were licking their chops at the teams prospects for 2015. With Ben Roethlisberger signing a new contract, more or less assuring he finishes his career in black and gold, Le’Veon Bell recovering from the knee hyperextension that ruled him out of the Wildcard round of last seasons playoffs, and Antonio Brown, Martavis Bryant and even Markus Wheaton ready to roll, it wouldn’t shock anyone if the Steelers did in fact achieve offensive coordinator Todd Haley’s goal of 30 points a game in the coming season.