Bryant scores his 11th TD in 12 career NFL games

by - Assoc. Editor -

Former Clemson wide receiver Martavis Bryant hauled in an 19-yard over the shoulder TD grab in a 23-13 loss against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday afternoon.

Bryant had three catches for 45 yards and the touchdown and has nine receptions for 182 yards and three scores on the season (two games).

The Calhoun Falls (S.C.) native has totaled eleven touchdowns in 12 career games and has scored on an remarkable 32.4% of his career catches (34). He is the 6th player in NFL history to have 11 touchdown catches in his first 12 games.

He is leading the Steelers with three touchdowns in the last two games (Antonio Brown has 0) since returning to the Steelers from his suspension.

Bryant had 26 catches for 549 yards and eight touchdowns in his rookie season (9 games). The eight touchdowns were tied for fourth-most among NFL rookies, and he was only the eighth Steeler's rookie to reach 500 yards.

At Clemson, Bryant had 61 receptions for 1,354 yards and 13 touchdowns along with a 17-yard carry and 291 yards on 14 kickoff returns in 1,020 snaps over 37 games (13 starts) in his career ... first in school history in yards per reception (22.2) and tied for 10th in receiving touchdowns.

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