Need a tight end for Week 4? Look to Pittsburgh, where Heath Miller returned from an ACL injury last week to make his '13 debut. Ben Roethlisberger's favorite target (Miller went for over 70 catches, 800 yards and eight touchdowns in '12 before injuring his knee late in the season) caught just three passes for a little over 30 yards in Week 3, but he at least checked out, health-wise, and the talk is that his role will be greatly expanded this Sunday at Minnesota. Considering the Vikings have already yielded six touchdowns to tight ends, there's legitimate TE1 upside for Miller.
On the downside of the tight end position, Houston's Owen Daniels has clocked in under 30 receiving yards each of the past two weeks. He faces a Seattle Seahawks defense that has allowed an average of just three catches, 32 receiving yards and 0 TD to the tight end position, thus far. It shouldn't be long before Daniels breaks out of his slump, but just don't count on that happening this weekend.