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Old 01-25-2007, 05:49 PM   #11
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Default Re: Will Arians make a difference?

I second on Heath Miller being used more in the passing game. Miller was the forgotten man this year. Arians has the weapons thats for sure to make this offense more explosive if he chooses to do so.
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I second on Heath Miller being used more in the passing game. Miller was the forgotten man this year. Arians has the weapons thats for sure to make this offense more explosive if he chooses to do so.
i always took for granted that heath would be used more in the receiving game because of mularkey and whiz, but if you look, they were used to coaching mark breuner. they werent great receiving tight ends when they played. they used heath more in the conventional blocking game. a wr coach will probably look at him more as a receiver than a lineman.

im glad arians wasnt canned like d. perry. the familiarity he has with the steelers running game, the wr's, and the qb, should help achieve balance without having everybody worried about learning new verbage for a completely different system. im sure the same plays and verbage will be intact. the way a game is called is what may change some. i smell good things for heath.
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