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At 6'5'' and a chiseled 247 pounds, Finley is one of the best athletes to play TE in NFL history. Flashing the speed and agility of a player 50 pounds lighter, he is a threat in the short, intermediate, and deep passing games. Finley is a great leaper and consistently wins jump balls, showing strong but soft hands in the process.
He's developed a knack for finding open spots against zone coverage, and has improved as a route runner since his rookie season. A willing if unrefined blocker at just 23, he has great area to improve in this aspect of his game. Finley has developed into QB Aaron Rodgers' favorite target, and should be a mainstay on postseason All-Pro teams for years to come.
2010: 21 REC, 301 YDS (14.3 AVG), 1 TD
Career: 82 REC, 1051 YDS (12.8 AVG), 7 TDs
A fourth year pro, Miller has been Oakland's leading receiver in each of the past two seasons. Standing 6'5'', he possesses the speed to stretch the seam for big gains and size to make tough catches going across the middle. He shows solid initial quickness off his release, and fair agility for a player his size.
Miller also has big, soft hands that allow him to catch throws in and out of his box. Despite his solid weight of 255 pounds, he is not an impact or dominating blocker, though he does consistently maintain position and work to gain playside leverage. Miller is already one of the most well-rounded TEs in the game, and should only improve as his career goes on.
2010: 22 REC, 278 YDS (12.6 AVG), 2 TDs
Career: 188 REC, 2305 YDS (12.3 AVG), 9 TDs
Fred Davis (Redskins), Jermaine Gresham (Bengals), Aaron Hernandez (Patriots), Tony Moeaki (Chiefs)