One of the game’s most talented receivers has left a fantasy friendly offense to head out west to get away from his former quarterback and start fresh. After six straight 1,000+ yard seasons in Pittsburgh, Antonio Brown will head to Oakland to immediately bolster the receiving crew and give the offense a lethal playmaker it’s been missing. Yes, they’ve had Amari Cooper , but he wasn’t used right in Oakland and he needed to get out of here. Will it be much of the same for Brown in Oakland? With Derek Carr , Cooper was never the highest scoring receiver in fantasy football on his own team, being outscored by the likes of James Jones and Michael Crabtree (multiple times). There’s no denying Brown’s talent or skillset on the field, but the track record of receivers in Oakland under Carr hasn’t necessarily been great, and we need to come to the realization that while Brown has every chance to be a WR1 this season, the path is far tougher than it ever was in Pittsburgh. Also, no pun...