The Antonio Brown era in Pittsburgh has officially come to an end after the Steelers agreed to trade the wide receiver to the Oakland Raiders for two mid-round picks.
Brown has had six-straight seasons of 1,000-plus receiving yards and he led the NFL in receiving touchdowns this year with 15 despite missing the final game of the season. He already has Hall of Fame numbers at just 30 years old.
His arrival in Oakland will instantly upgrade the abysmal passing game, which struggled all year especially after the trade of Amari Cooper to the Dallas Cowboys.
But just how bad were Raiders receivers last year? Well, this stat says it all.
Take a look.
There's really no place for them to go but up, right? Let's just hope Brown and Derek Carr mesh better than Brown and Ben Roethlisberger did in terms of chemistry.
As for on the field production, I doubt Brown will put up numbers like he did in Pittsburgh simply because he doesn't have a Hall of Famer throwing him the ball anymore.
It's going to be fun to watch Brown flounder or flourish with the Raiders next year.
("Hard Knocks" anyone?)