Zach Miller had a message for Steelers tight end Jesse James, whose touchdown catch was overturned Sunday in one of the league’s most memorable games in years. “I feel for you, brother,” Miller said. Miller watched the NFL’s explanation video for James’ overturned touchdown — the ball moved as he hit the ground, which means he didn’t complete the catch — but still hasn’t seen his own, during which he suffered a dislocated left knee. “I feel like we probably need to bring in a little bit of common sense to this thing,” he said. “I don’t even know what the language is at this point. I don’t think a lot of people .?.?. I don’t even know if the rule makers know what the language is at this point. But they have it there, and it’s in place, and they’re trying to follow it as closely as they can. I just don’t know if it’s what it needs to be.”