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Jan 7, 2024 2 66 56 0 6
Dec 31, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 24, 2023 1 15 15 0 1
Dec 17, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 10, 2023 0 0 0 0
Player Outlook
The Falcons' wide receiver corps is wide open behind Drake London, but with Kyle Pitts and Bijan Robinson also competing for pieces of a pie that will be much smaller in the pass game than the vast majority of NFL teams, it's hard to get excited about anyone else at the WR position. If Miller can develop some buzz in preseason and training camp he might be worth targeting in the final rounds, but there will likely be higher-upside targets available through the very final round.

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2023 11 161 14.64 2 0.00 251.5
2022 23 185 8.04 8 8.00 140.9
2021 5 38 7.60 43 21.50 121.3
3y Avg. 20 241 12.05 1 22 11.00 211.6
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  • Falcons' Scott Miller: Scores twice in 2023

    Miller finished 2023 with 11 receptions for 161 yards and two touchdowns across 17 appearances. After four years in Tampa Bay, Miller signed a one-year deal to join the Falcons last offseason. It took the speedster until Week 5 to record his first catch with Atlanta, and despite carving out a role after that, he posted modest production, totaling nine catches (14 targets) for 95 yards from Weeks 5 to 17. Miller flashed in the season finale, catching both of his targets for a season-high 66 yards, but it wasn't enough to salvage his fantasy campaign. Miller is one of a handful of Falcons wideouts set to be unrestricted free agents this offseason, so whomever replaces Arthur Smith may have a completely revamped pass-catching corps behind Drake London, Kyle Pitts and Bijan Robinson.
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  • Falcons' Scott Miller: Catches one pass

    Miller caught his only target for 15 yards during Sunday's 29-10 win over the Colts. Miller played a season-low seven offensive snaps but caught his first pass since Week 12. From Weeks 5-12, Miller caught seven of eight targets for 76 yards and two scores, but outside of that stretch, he has secured just two of six targets for 19 yards.
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  • Falcons' Scott Miller: Goes catchless on three targets

    Miller played 18 of 72 snaps on offense in Sunday's 29-25 loss to the Buccaneers and failed to haul in any of his three targets. Facing off against his former team for the second time in his career, Miller was unable to capitalize on either of his targets deep downfield and was also unable to connect with quarterback Desmond Ridder on a short look in the fourth quarter. During his time in Tampa Bay, the speedy Miller occasionally showed the ability to rip of big chunks of yardage while he was on the receiving end of deep targets from Jameis Winston or Tom Brady, but he's delivered just one splash play -- a 46-yard reception in Week 7 -- during his first season in Atlanta. It hasn't helped Miller's case that he's been limited to a rotational role with the Falcons, as his snap shares have ranged between 12 and 39 percent this season.
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  • Falcons' Scotty Miller: Non-factor in loss

    Miller caught one of two targets for four yards during Sunday's 24-16 loss to the Commanders. The Falcons were surprisingly pass-happy against Washington, which allowed Miller to play a season-high 28 offensive snaps. His production was still muted, so he doesn't have much fantasy value for the moment. However, he is a player to keep an eye on, as he appears to be closing in on the No. 2 wideout role currently occupied by Mack Hollins. Hollins has seen fewer snaps over the last two weeks while Miller's role has increased, but it'll be difficult for either player to carve out strong production as long as Bijan Robinson, Kyle Pitts and Drake London are available.
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  • Falcons' Scotty Miller: Catches first pass of 2023

    Miller caught both of his targets for 10 yards during Sunday's 21-19 win over the Texans. Miller played a season-high 18 offensive snaps and garnered his first two targets of the campaign. The speedster hasn't been able to get free for a big play yet, but he remains a steady piece of the gameplan and has played double-digit offensive snaps in three straight weeks. While Miller's role is growing, it's difficult for fantasy managers to trust any Falcons pass catcher on a consistent basis.
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  • Falcons' Scotty Miller: No targets in season opener

    Miller played 17 snaps (10 offensive) and didn't record a target in Sunday's win over the Panthers, but he registered one solo tackle. He also returned one punt for four yards. Miller signed this offseason to replace Damiere Byrd as Atlanta's top deep threat, but as expected, it'll be difficult for the speedster to garner many targets playing in a run-heavy offense that also features three former first-round picks at skill positions. While he was a non-factor on offense, Miller did some good things on special teams and split punt-return duties with Dee Alford.
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  • Falcons' Scotty Miller: Makes cameo appearance Friday

    Miller caught his only target for nine yards in Friday's preseason win over the Dolphins. After four seasons in Tampa Bay, Miller signed a one-year deal with Atlanta in the spring and was thought to be set as the No. 3 wideout behind Drake London and Mack Hollins. However, while the Falcons sat out all their main starters in the team's preseason opener, Miller actually saw brief action and caught his only pass from third-string QB Logan Woodside on the opening drive. He may not be as secure in his spot as was previously assumed, but unless another receiver makes a strong push in camp, Miller should head into Week 1 with a role in three-wide sets.
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  • Buccaneers' Scotty Miller: One catch in Week 18 loss

    Miller secured one of two targets for eight yards in the Buccaneers' 30-17 loss to the Falcons on Sunday. Miller logged 21 snaps from scrimmage, his highest tally since Week 9, as the Buccaneers pulled most starters before halftime. However, while the speedster recorded his first reception since Week 13, Miller still saw minimal action and is likely to be a virtual non-factor on offense during next Monday night's wild-card matchup against the Cowboys.
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  • Buccaneers' Scotty Miller: Limited to special teams Week 17

    Miller did not see any snaps on offense during the Buccaneers' 30-24 win over the Panthers in Week 17. The fourth-year speedster hasn't recorded a catch since Week 13 and has logged just four targets overall since that contest, but Week 17 marked the first 2022 game in which he's enjoyed active status yet failed to log a snap from scrimmage. However, Miller could bounce right back with a solid allotment of playing time in Sunday's regular-season finale versus the Falcons, considering the Buccaneers are likely to afford reserves such as Miller more snaps than usual as the game unfolds.
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  • Buccaneers' Scott Miller: Week 18 Waiver Priority List

    I wish we knew what Tampa Bay had planned with Week 18 in regards to resting players since the Buccaneers have locked up the No. 4 seed and don't have anything to play for against the Falcons. If the starters don't play, Miller could be looking at plenty of targets, but that would be without Tom Brady as well. Russell Gage (15 percent rostered) could also be in play here if the Buccaneers don't rest him, but Chris Godwin and Mike Evans seem the least likely to play a full game. Miller could end up as a No. 3 receiver in the majority of leagues if we find out Tampa Bay is resting players.
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  • Buccaneers' Scotty Miller: Blanked on stat sheet Sunday

    Miller failed to bring in his only target over four snaps on offense during the Buccaneers' 19-16 win overtime win against the Cardinals on Sunday night. Miller's minimal role was par for the course during the stretch run of the season, as the speedster has seen 15 snaps or fewer in the last six games while recording just three receptions for 32 yards in that span. With the Buccaneers' top four wide receivers available, Miller continues to project for sparse usage on offense over the remaining two games of the regular season.
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  • Buccaneers' Scotty Miller: Fails to bring in only target

    Miller failed to bring in his only target during the Buccaneers' 35-7 loss to the 49ers in Week 14. Miller logged 11 snaps on offense (17 percent) but failed to crack the stat sheet for the second time in the last three games. Miller is unlikely to have any relevance during the fantasy postseason unless multiple injuries strike in front of him at receiver.
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  • Buccaneers' Scotty Miller: Minimal role in Week 13

    Miller secured one of two targets for seven yards in the Buccaneers' 17-16 win over the Saints on Monday night. Miller was in on just 15 snaps, which represented a 19 percent share of the Buccaneers' offensive plays. The speedy reserve wideout is likely due for similar low-volume games the rest of the way as long as Julio Jones and Russell Gage are both healthy as the No. 3 and No. 4 receivers ahead of him.
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  • Buccaneers' Scotty Miller: Limited use Week 12

    Miller went without a target while playing two of the Buccaneers' 66 snaps on offense in Sunday's 23-17 overtime loss to the Browns. Russell Gage (hamstring) was inactive for the fourth straight game due to injury, but since all of Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and Julio Jones have been available during that stretch, Miller hasn't been able to carve out much of a role on offense. Whenever Gage is cleared to return to game action, Miller and/or Breshad Perriman could end up being healthy inactives.
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  • Buccaneers' Scotty Miller: Season-high seven catches

    Miller caught seven of eight targets for 53 yards in Sunday's 16-13 win over the Rams. The fourth-year receiver posted his best numbers of the season as Russell Gage (hamstring) was inactive and Julio Jones was ineffective. Miller's role in a deep receiving corps is erratic and largely dependent on the health of the players ahead of him on the depth chart, making him a risky option in Week 10 when the Buccaneers head to Germany to face the Seahawks.
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  • Buccaneers' Scotty Miller: Another two catches Thursday

    Miller brought in both targets for 13 yards in the Buccaneers' 27-22 loss to the Ravens on Thursday night. Miller recorded his second straight two-catch effort, which, while not exactly noteworthy, at least gives him a semblance of relevance in a struggling offense. Miller has four multi-catch efforts overall this season and logged 19 snaps Thursday night, and while he might be a slightly better fringe Buccaneers fantasy option than Breshad Perriman, he's still unlikely to gain any true relevance unless multiple injuries strike the receiving corps.
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  • Buccaneers' Scotty Miller: Reemerges with four catches

    Miller secured four of seven targets for 35 yards in the Buccaneers' 21-15 win over the Falcons on Sunday. Miller logged his second-highest snap tally of the season (35) and made good use of it, posting season highs in receptions and receiving yards. The fourth-year speedster's prospects of even making the final roster appeared somewhat grim in the preseason, but Miller thus far has contributed in two of the three games he's been called upon, with a combined 7-69-0 line on 15 targets between Weeks 2 and 5. If Breshad Perriman (knee/hamstring) remains sidelined Sunday against the Steelers, Miller could see another solid complementary role in that contest.
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  • Buccaneers' Scotty Miller: Inactive against Kansas City

    Miller (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against Kansas City. Miller was on the field for 52 offensive snaps last week since the Buccaneers were down several pass catchers, but he secured just one of five targets for four yards. He'll be a healthy scratch Sunday night with Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and Julio Jones back in action.
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  • Buccaneers' Scotty Miller: Does little with opportunity

    Miller brought in just one of five targets for four yards in the Buccaneers' 14-12 loss to the Packers on Sunday. Miller played 52 offensive snaps with the Buccaneers down three receivers, yet as his final line shows, he largely squandered the opportunity. The Bowling Green product brings plenty of speed to the table, but with just a 9-76 line on 22 targets over his last 11 regular-season games, Miller hasn't made a case for a bigger role when the team's receiving corps gets back to full strength.
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  • Buccaneers' Scotty Miller: Back to full practice

    Miller (calf) practiced fully Thursday. The Buccaneers' receiving corps seems poised to be depleted again Sunday versus the Packers, as Mike Evans will sit out due to a one-game suspension, Chris Godwin (hamstring) and Julio Jones (knee) have yet to practice this week, and Russell Gage (hamstring) and Breshad Perriman (knee) were limited again Thursday. Miller didn't take advantage of his eight targets Week 2 at New Orleans, turning them into three catches for 34 yards while taking one carry for eight yards. Still, he could earn a decent enough snap share to make an impact in the box score this weekend.
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