It stands to reason as Breshad Perriman departed for the New York Jets and the Bucs did little to replace him other than drafting Minnesota rookie Tyler Johnson. Bruce Arians often slow-plays rookie talent and the lack of a traditional off-season is working against Johnson, leaving 2019 rookie Miller fighting with Justin Watson for playing time. Miller would appear to be the better choice for the slot role and could benefit in an offense led by Tom Brady. Neither Miller nor Watson are ranked on DLF's receiver rankings and neither need be added immediately. Instead, it's a camp battle to watch and deep-roster dynasty coaches may add the winner prior to kick off in week one on the chance he becomes the Buc's version of Julian Edelman.