A week ago Antonio Brown was named the AFC Offensive Player of the Month for November.
Today the honors continued for Brown, this time for what he brings to the Steelers' return game.
Brown was named the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for his electrifying and entertaining performance in a 45-10 win over the Indianapolis Colts at Heinz Field.
Brown lit it up in the fourth quarter with a 71-yard punt return for a touchdown, finishing it off with a goal post leap that although came with a penalty flag, definitely had everyone talking.
"There was a lot of excitement and passion, tried to stick it at the end with the goal post and it wasn't something that went very well," said Brown after the game. "It was spur of the moment. It is just the excitement of the game and when you decide to do a play like that, you just get excited. It was a great time."
Antonio Brown is a goal post magnet! Take a look at AB's 71-yard punt return vs. the Colts.
Brown was inserted in as the punt returner late in the game after Jacoby Jones fumbled twice, with the Colts recovering once. Brown responded like he always does, by putting on a show. He had two punt returns for 74 yards, becoming the third player in Steelers history to have 1,500 career punt return yards.
Brown also added 118 yards receiving and caught two touchdown passes, and is the first player in Steelers history to score on a punt return and have two receiving touchdowns in the same game.
It was his fourth career punt return for a touchdown, tying him with Antwaan Randle El for most punt returns for a touchdown in Steelers history.
This is the third time he has won AFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors, previously doing so in 2014 (Week 17) and 2011 (Week 12).