Zach Miller injury update: Questionable status shouldn't matter in fantasy

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Zach Miller's hamstring has limited him in practice. We break down the fantasy implications.

Seahawks tight end Zach Miller is questionable with a hamstring injury. He did not practice on Thursday or Friday and will be a game-time decision.

Miller hasn't really been featured in the Hawks offense. While he does have two scores, the ASU product has accounted for just 76 receiving yards on eight catches.

He's been targeted 14 times, so his success rate from Russell Wilson isn't too high considering he's not much of a down-the-field threat. Wilson really hasn't found a go-to receiver yet, but it's certainly not going to be Miller.

The Seahawks shouldn't need him against the suddenly impressive Titans D. They've been able to put pressure on the QB while accounting for seven picks.

Fantasy impact: Is this thing on? There's really no way you're going to want to count on Miller. The Hawks have a late game, so he could really stick it to an owner that wanted to get cute and play him. He's not worth owning in just about any format and has very limited upside with his low targets.

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