25 Oct 2005
For a team that throws the ball something like eight times a game, having a pass-catching tight end only makes Ben Roethlisberger's job easier. Heath Miller is Pittsburgh's first real threat at the position since Eric Green played in the mid-90s. With the departure of Plaxico Burress, Miller now provides Roethlisberger a big target, but with the added benefit of also being able to block.
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