Zach Miller Squared Creates Fantasy Confusion

The Jacksonville Jaguars deactivated tight end Marcedes Lewis for Sunday's game against the Jets, which means Zach Miller will be starting for the Jaguars. Of course, if that name sounds familiar it's because Zach Miller will also be starting for the Seattle Seahawks when they face the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field.

There are in fact two Zach Millers in the NFL, both spelling their name with an h and both playing tight end. They join Adrian Peterson squared and Steven Jackson squared in an attempt to create mass fantasy football confusion around the league. At this point Miller 1 and Miller 2 are the only similarly-named players where both have a significant impact. For now I'd say Seahawks Miller has earned the right to be the regular Zach Miller and Jaguars Zach Miller is Bizarro Zach Miller. For fantasy purposes, it's probably best not to own both.

For more on Seahawks Zach Miller check out Field Gulls. For more on Jaguars Zach Miller, check out Big Cat Country.

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