Pittsburgh Steelers All-Time Starting Offense

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Tight End: Heath Miller

Stats with Steelers: 168 GP, 592 receptions, 6,569 receiving yards, 45 touchdowns

Rounding out the skill position group on the all-time offense is Heath Miller.

The Steelers first round pick in the 2005 draft, Miller quickly became a consistent weapon for the Steelers offense and Ben Roethlisberger. He finished second in rookie of the Year voting after putting up 39 receptions for 459 yards and 6 touchdowns. He would go on to be a consistent player across his ten years in the league.

While he never caught more than 75 passes or surpassed 850 receiving yards in a season, Miller remained reliable as a run blocker and in the check down game. He made two pro bowls and won two Super Bowls during his time with the Steelers. It was easy to tell when Miller made a play or a catch because of his signature "HEATHHHHH" chant from the Steelers faithful.

While Miller never put up video game numbers during his time in the league, he was a consistent player for the Steelers and Roethlisberger and could always be relied upon to show up in the biggest games. For those reasons, Miller takes the tight end position on the all-time starting offense.