Carlos Santana went 2-for-4 with a solo home run against the Tigers on Friday.
Santana has started to come around of late, going 8-for-20 (.400 BA) with two home runs, four RBI and four runs scored over his last six games. However, his recent efforts have not been enough to push him over the Mendoza Line, sitting on a .196 average with 10 home runs and 28 RBI through 224 at-bats. As long as he continues to show promise, there is a good chance he will turn things around as the season progresses based on his track record. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
Zach Miller caught two passes on seven targets for 10 yards and a TD on Thursday night vs Green Bay.
Miller got the start in place of the injured Martellus Bennett on Thursday night. In all, he finished with two catches and a touchdown on seven targets, looking mediocre, however doing his best with the hand he was dealt. Anyone who started him in daily leagues could have expected better, however it is a bit spoiled to come away with much more than a TD as a definite backup. Consider him a wise play on Thursday night, and a keen start going forward at least until Bennett comes back healthy. Analysis: Dom Murtha