I will ignore your attempted insult.<quoted text>You're deluded. And/or you have no clue what a TE is supposed to do in the NFL.
In the NFL, the tight end is both a blocker and receiver! Heap has been recovering from injuries and has had to deal with the fact that Flacco had little time to develop the kind of rapport he needs with his receivers.
Heap cannot throw the ball to himself: he has to wait until his name is called in the huddle or (as he did so well in the second game of the season) serve as the checkdown receiver.
If the Houston game is any indication, he might have gained the confidence from Flacco.
However, in this rebuilding year, I believe that his most important contribution has been his classy attitude. He has not complained publicly but has done what was asked of him.
Do you have a problem with that?