3. After being a non-factor in recent weeks as Jones has emerged in the offense, Brown had his best game of his young career against the Vikings, setting new single-game highs with seven catches and 92 yards. His game-winning touchdown, on which he showed a great deal of composure and body control, was his sixth of the season, putting him one shy of Torrey Smith's rookie record. It was his first touchdown since Week 9 and he had just three total catches in his past three games, but it is worth noting that the Ravens kept giving him opportunities to make plays as he has still been playing more snaps than Jones. I'm not sure what the future holds for Brown. It's too soon to say that he can be a legitimate No. 2 wide-out for the Ravens going forward. But at the very least, he can be a red-zone threat, which is a valuable commodity.