It's a short week for the Pittsburgh Steelers, as they will be featured on NFL Network's Thursday Night Football against the Cleveland Browns. A couple Steelers had big fantasy weeks in their rout of the Cincinnati Bengals, specifically Mike Wallace and Rashard Mendenhall who scored two touchdowns a piece. As a result of their 35 point output on Sunday, there are few Steelers being dropped this week.
Tight end Heath Miller is the only Steeler among ESPN's 25 most dropped players for Week 14. Miller had a quiet day on Sunday, as the Steelers built a big first half and then tried to run some clock in the second half. He's been lost in the shuffle since the bye, and has not scored a touchdown since Week 7.
As for the Browns, their banged up backfield continues to be in flux on a weekly basis. Peyton Hills returned two weeks ago against the Bengals and was immediately productive. He is among the most added players this week, while backups Chris Ogbonnaya and Montario Hardesty are in the top 25 most dropped players.