When the Pittsburgh Steelers and Denver Broncos met at Heinz Field in 2015, it was the high-flying offense vs. the dominating defense. Although the Broncos went on to win the Super Bowl, defeating the Steelers in the AFC Divisional Round, on that night in Pittsburgh it was the home team who had the upper hand.
It wasn't just the Steelers' offense, but more so Antonio Brown, and by connection Ben Roethlisberger, who carved up the vaunted Broncos "No Fly Zone".
Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. hadn't given up a touchdown pass in over a calendar year, and when faced against Antonio Brown -- he got torched for touchdowns twice.
Needless to say, Harris' streak of not giving up a touchdown was broken, and it was ultimately a shame there wasn't a rematch in Denver in the playoffs, due to Brown missing the game due to a concussion suffered in the AFC Wild Card game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Nonetheless, when the NFL Network had Harris on site recently, they asked him who was the toughest receiver to cover, and his answer shouldn't shock anyone -- Antonio Brown.
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