Antonio Brown had a huge game for the Steelers on Thursday night and he reached a milestone on his way to 10 catches for 144 yards and three touchdowns. Brown’s eighth catch of the night was the 700th of his career and he reached that mark in fewer games than any other player in NFL histoy. It was Brown’s 111th game and the previous record belonged to Marvin Harrison, who did it in 114 games and wound up in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. It wouldn’t surprise anyone if Brown, who is closing in on becoming the first player with five straight 100-catch seasons, joins Harrison there, although his teammates are so used to his exploits that a night like Thursday is taken in stride.