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Stairwayto7
11-11-2007, 06:41 PM
Then Heath Miller is a friggin 4 STAR General!

Heath is amazing! Vote for this General for the ProBowl! I said before the season " If we do not use Heath this season, then we might as well let him go, why waste a 1st rounder on a TE that you don`t use?" Well someone was listening! Heath is a key part of this offense.

Great job Heath!
Great job O and D.

And great job outcoaching the brownies.

Prosdo
11-11-2007, 06:48 PM
I love Heath. He runs great routes and never seems to drop a ball.

Gr8N8
11-11-2007, 07:39 PM
Anybody else see Kellen get gator arms on that third down in the 4th quarter? :rofl: Classic. He's a bitch.

BlitzburghRockCity
11-11-2007, 07:46 PM
Heath is money every single time, the guy can block and catch as good as any TE in the league. We are finally realizing the value of a good TE in the passing game it's paid off huge so far with no end in sight ! I believe our TE have 10 TD's this year.

Winslow is a punk *** and always will be !

$teeler$guy
11-11-2007, 08:05 PM
health miller is another todd heap if no better

BlitzburghRockCity
11-11-2007, 09:26 PM
Miller can easily be mentioned in the same breath as any top TE in the league, he's got my vote for the pro bowl this year for sure. The man is such a key player on our offense, he and Ben have really been working great together.

DIESELMAN
11-11-2007, 10:04 PM
Winslow a "soldier"? Only when he raises his right hand and swears to protect the USA from all enemies, foreign and domestic. Until then he's just another over paid, mouth runnin, punk athlete.

BBG7
11-11-2007, 10:07 PM
:lol::lol::lol: This thread made me crack up...thanks Cleve (and the beer!!!)

BlacknGold Bleeder
11-12-2007, 12:20 AM
He may be a soldier on the brownies team but he's just another bitchass brownie when it comes to the STEELERS !!!:tt02::tt02:

Dan
11-12-2007, 02:26 AM
If Winslow's a soldier and he's defending us, I'm moving to Canada lol

PsychoWard
11-12-2007, 12:34 PM
heath is a stud!!! the guy never drops a ball and is just a beast!!!!

GoBenGo
11-12-2007, 06:30 PM
health miller is another todd heap if no better
Heap? does he still play?:lol:
Miller is solid. One of the premiere TE's in the game right now. Complete gamer. Who would you rather have? No One! and he is a pick.! chalk up another for Roonyism.

Stlrs4Life
11-12-2007, 10:07 PM
Agree with all, plus it is fun to yell his name at the stadium, heaaaaaaaaaaaaaaatttttttttttttthhhhh!

GoBenGo
11-12-2007, 10:22 PM
Agree with all, plus it is fun to yell his name at the stadium, heaaaaaaaaaaaaaaatttttttttttttthhhhh!
yOU GOT IT DUDE! :tt02::tt02:Heck my dog left a couple of Heaps in the yard today.

BlitzburghRockCity
11-13-2007, 01:17 AM
http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/07317/833357-66.stm


Heath Miller did not just score the winning touchdown for the Steelers Sunday. He single-handedly cost the Cleveland Browns two timeouts they could have used on their final, desperation drive that ended with an unsuccessful 52-yard field-goal try.
Sunday

Miller took two timeouts from the Browns because they apparently could not believe he caught the bullet pass from Ben Roethlisberger with one hand. One of their players called a timeout before the Steelers could kick the extra point, and then coach Romeo Crennel lost a second timeout when he challenged the call.

Replay confirmed what many of Miller's teammates already knew -- not only did he catch the ball, he does it all the time with one hand. This time, he had two hands on the ball but cradled it with one when he landed on the "G" in "Pittsburgh" in the end zone.

"He does a lot of one-handed catches in practice every day," Willie Parker said. "When we do third-down [drills], he'll catch one-handed. Now it's become more like, 'Oh, that's Heath.' He does it all the time."

Miller does not have the most receptions for a tight end in the league, but that touchdown with 3:13 left that lifted the Steelers over the stubborn Browns, 31-28, was his sixth this season. That ties him for the league lead among tight ends with Dallas Clark of Indianapolis.

It also ties Miller's career high of six touchdowns as a rookie in 2006. He caught five last season. Miller's 31 receptions are just eight short of his career high, also set as a rookie, and his 421 yards receiving are 38 off his previous high.

The 6-foot-5 Miller has become more of a target for Ben Roethlisberger this season and he has responded in a big way, including a 13.6-yard average per catch that is nearly 2 yards longer than his average through his first two seasons.

Unlike many other tight ends who are among the receiving leaders, Miller also gets paid to block. In fact, on his winning catch, he lined up tight on the right end, blocked his man as Roethlisberger rolled right and then released into the end zone.

"He's a really big target, has great hands, a little improvisation there on the goal line," Roethlisberger said. "He cuts back and makes a heck of a catch. It's a big play for him."

It wasn't Miller's only big play on a day in which he caught five for 71 yards. If it weren't for a play he made earlier in that drive, the Steelers might have had to try to kick a field goal and still trailed.

Trailing by four, Roethlisberger was sacked on second down for an 11-yard loss back to Cleveland's 33. It was third-and-18 from there.

Miller lined up to the left of Roethlisberger in the shotgun formation with Carey Davis to the right.

"The thing about that third-down play, I was watching him and he was in the backfield blocking," linebacker James Farrior said.

Miller released and ran a short route. Roethlisberger dropped straight back and pumped once over the middle. Cleveland's defensive strategy this day was not to allow anything deep and it worked, particularly on this play.

"I was the first look," Hines Ward said. "They bracketed me with the safety and corner, and bracketed [Santonio Holmes] with the safety and corner and left Heath one on one, and Heath got behind one of the linebackers wide open."

He was wide open, but caught the ball only at the 27, far short of a first down. He ran to the right, though, got blocks from Ward and Davis and dived for the first down, turning a 6-yard pass into a 20-yard gain.

"You have a legitimate guy who can catch the ball over the middle," Ward said after the game Sunday. "Heath is an integral part of our offense. When you take away Tone [Holmes] and take away myself like they did today, then Heath will come up and hurt you in the middle like he did today."

Farrior has spent much of his career covering tight ends and has a good idea what makes Miller so effective as a receiver.

"He's deceptive," Farrior said. "He knows how to get open. He knows how to use his size and mobility to offset what DBs try to do to him. He has probably the best hands among tight ends I've seen in a long time."

And sometimes, all he needs to use is one of them.

IMO Heath is the most underrated TE in the league. All you ever hear about are the guys named Heap, Gates, and Clark but I'll put Heath Miller up against any of them and take him any day of the week !

steelersgal86
11-13-2007, 06:17 AM
Yeah Heath is awesome :tt02::tt02: he is pro bowl all the way!!!!

BR7
11-13-2007, 10:55 AM
Soldja for the Salvation Army more like it.

BBG7
11-13-2007, 11:18 AM
http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/07317/833357-66.stm


IMO Heath is the most underrated TE in the league. All you ever hear about are the guys named Heap, Gates, and Clark but I'll put Heath Miller up against any of them and take him any day of the week !

That's how he likes it though. I was watching some Steelers show (don't remember which one) and the TEs were talking about how they don't like their names all over the media. Everytime they are mentioned (except for in a game, I think) they have to put $1 in a pot which is used for the party the TEs throw at the end of the year. They don't want to be in the spotlight, they perfer the quiet road...which I like! Unlike a certain other TE or should I say Soldier we all know!

NOVA STEELERS
11-13-2007, 02:03 PM
:blah: :blah: :blah: is all you get from winsblow......... Heath Miller is turning into a weapon no one accounts for, it is Awesome to see bruce utilize the TE more in more ......... :markit: Heath will be in the Pro-Bowl with a second half as productive as the first!!!!!!!! :2cents:

Hburg
11-13-2007, 02:53 PM
Winslow a "soldier"? Only when he raises his right hand and swears to protect the USA from all enemies, foreign and domestic. Until then he's just another over paid, mouth runnin, punk athlete.

Maybe he thinks he's a soldier because he lost a battle with a sport bike and then bought a Hummer. :dunno:

Winslow can barely make it through the Browns training camp, so he wouldn't last 5 minutes in basic training.

BuFu

BlitzburghRockCity
11-13-2007, 03:11 PM
That's how he likes it though. I was watching some Steelers show (don't remember which one) and the TEs were talking about how they don't like their names all over the media. Everytime they are mentioned (except for in a game, I think) they have to put $1 in a pot which is used for the party the TEs throw at the end of the year. They don't want to be in the spotlight, they perfer the quiet road...which I like! Unlike a certain other TE or should I say Soldier we all know!

It's funny how the TE's that are talking the most are the ones that are behind the ones that just shut up and play. Winslow should be ashamed at how he acts in an NFL uniform and if I was his dad I'd take that punk *** over my knee and show him his place. The NFL tight end has always been an underrated position and only in recent years has the focus shifted more towards them as a weapon in the offense besides blocking.

I'd like to see Spaeth get involved again in the passing game especially in the red zone. He would add yet another dimension to our arsenal.

kgreen
11-13-2007, 07:57 PM
I love Heath. He runs great routes and never seems to drop a ball.

He always had the softest hands at UVA and that translated well into the NFL. I mean that TD catch he made this past week was awesome. The only major difference between the Heath of UVA and the Heath of Pittsburgh is now, Heath is a very good blocker. That is his most undervalued trait. He is now every bit as good at blocking as Tuman.