He's above average in the league right now, IMO and the Steelers don't want him to be a third tackle on the field. He's a Pro Bowler that doesn't get recognized because he doesn't catch 90 - 100 passes.Originally Posted by feltdizz
Dixon should lean heavily on him against the Falcons.
Let me add this about Miller, he is whatever the quarterback needs him to be. What I mean is that he can be a weapon or a security blanket. For Ben, he's a weapon first and then a security blanket, for Dixon he should be a security blanket first and a weapon second.