New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick is perhaps the greatest game planners in NFL history, and he saw something in our Sportsman of the Week that clearly the Pittsburgh Steelers did not. Third (or fourth) receiver Chris Hogan was free and clear early and often in the Steelers secondary and made the AFC North Champions pay. He led all receivers in the AFC Championship Game with 9 receptions and 180 yards. With a long of only 39 yards, he literally chipped away at the Steelers secondary with no mercy. His two touchdowns were the first two of the game for New England putting the team up by 11 in the 2nd quarter. From bit part to featured star, the Atlanta Falcons now have an extra dimension to worry about in Super Bowl LI. Chris Hogan is the Longhorndave Sportsman of the Week!