Heath Miller or Kyle Rudolph? Which is the better TE to have for the duration of the season, and how big is the projected TD difference between them?
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    Tom Olp (500 Reputation Points)
    It's difficult to project touchdown difference, because while Minnesota is not a very big throwing team, they do tend to look for Rudolph in the red zone. I'd take him over Miller on a hunch, just because the Steelers tend to have a more dynamic passing attack, scoring longer TDs, while once they get into the red zone they like to run a good amount along with the pass. However, I think that the production for Miller is going to be more consistent than Rudolph, who could be more of an up-and-down pick. It just depends on whether you need to take a risk or not. If I had to pick, I'd go Rudolph, but either is more than serviceable.
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    Dakota . (500 Reputation Points)
    Thanks Tom, that is about where I am with them, I believe Miller may be more consistent, and their relative strength of schedules for the remainder of the year look about the same, so it comes down to the QB's and what options/roles each plays on their team relative to other receivers and red zone plays. It's a tough call, but I can only keep one. Could come down to a coin toss.