Fantasy football sit/start advice, Week 13: Heath Miller

Ron Schwane-USA TODAY Sports

We take a look at whether or not you should start Heath Miller in Week 13.

Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Heath Miller has been Mr. Reliable in his tenure with the team. Though he still has that perception in the locker room, the Steelers didn't get off to the greatest of starts this year. Miller has only seen the field in nine games this season because of injuries.

After scoring a career-high eight touchdowns last year, the wiley veteran's only touchdown this season came against the Ravens in Week 7. The Baltimore Ravens' defense ranks in the middle of the pack against fantasy tight ends this year.

Fantasy Sit/Start: Though Miller's touchdown against the Ravens a few weeks ago might be enough to persuade fantasy owners to gamble on him this week, that's not such a good idea. In the same game, Miller had only two catches for 17 yards with the touchdown being his saving grace. He might be a step slower coming off a knee injury this season and it might be best to leave him on your bench unless you're in a very deep league.

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