A.J. Brown Super Bowl 57 Stats Tracker, Including Yards, Touchdowns and Highlights (Updated)
A.J. Brown has had a tremendous impact on the Philadelphia Eagles this year, transforming their offense into one of the best in the NFL after coming over from the Tennessee Titans. After an outstanding regular season as Philly's top receiver, Brown will look to play a major role in his first Super Bowl appearance.
We'll keep track of Brown's stats throughout the night with updates from every quarter. Check it out below.
A.J. Brown's Super Bowl 57 Stats Tracker
Brown appeared reinvigorated this year after last offseason's trade to the Eagles. He immediately clicked with Jalen Hurts and became his new favorite weapon, leading the team in virtually every receiving category and forming a dangerous pass-catching tandem with DeVonta Smith.
After racking up nearly 1,500 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns on 88 catches during the regular season, Brown has been relatively quiet in the postseason so far. The two-time Pro Bowler has managed just 50 receiving yards with no scores in Philadelphia's two playoff games combined, leaving some to wonder if he's running out of gas after carrying such a heavy workload during the regular season.
Brown enters the Super Bowl with over/unders of 71.5 receiving yards and 4.5 receptions as well as +105 odds to score an anytime touchdown. He also has the fourth-best odds to win Super Bowl MVP (+1800), according to FanDuel Sportsbook's Super Bowl odds.
After First Drive Update:
Brown ended the first drive relatively quiet despite Philadelphia's opening touchdown. He only saw one target, a deep shot from Jalen Hurts. Brown actually caught the pass but was ruled out of bounds.
After First Quarter Update: Brown stayed quiet as the Eagles' offense stalled after the opening drive touchdown. He ended up with 1 reception for just 7 yards.
After Second Quarter Update: Brown woke up in a major way in the second quarter. His major contribution of the period was a 45-yard touchdown catch, beating two Chiefs' defenders to help Philly ahead. He heads into halftime with 3 receptions for 74 yards and 1 touchdown.
After Third Quarter Update: Brown and the Eagles offense didn't do much in the third quarter. He ended the frame with 4 receptions for 78 yards and 1 touchdown.
Final Update: Unfortunately, Brown and the Eagles couldn't hold off the Chiefs in Super Bowl 57. Brown ended the game with 6 receptions, 96 yards and 1 touchdown.
A.J. Brown Super Bowl 57 Video Highlights
Brown was quiet in the first quarter, but he made his mark on the first half by torching Kansas City for a 45-yard TD hookup with Jalen Hurts at the start of the second quarter.
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