Steelers’ Miller Ineffective After Dominant First Half
ARLINGTON, Texas (93-7 THE FAN) — To say Sunday’s 27-24 overtime loss to the Cowboys was a tale of two halves for the Steelers might sound trite, but it certainly would be accurate, especially pertaining to tight end Heath Miller.
Miller entered the locker room amidst a tie game with six catches for 85 yards, and was the recepient of, in all candor, one of the most impressive touchdown passes of Ben Roethlisberger’s NFL career. In the second half, he managed one grab for seven yards.
Did Dallas adjust properly on defense? Or was he just not targeted enough in crunch time?
“It wasn’t anything really different,” Miller said afterward. “I think, on a couple drives, we hit some big plays, we were moving the ball pretty well, then, after that, I don’t think we really put anything together.”
Miller talked about what the team needs to do in the final two regular season games. In his opinion, it starts with finishing:
The Steelers meet the Bengals at Heinz Field with their postseason hopes and dreams at stake Sunday at 1:00 on KDKA-TV.