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By Reginald James, Dolphins Correspondent, Sun, Sep 28th 4:55pm EDT

Lamar Miller rushed for 64 yards on 12 attempts. His two scores mark the first multi-TD game of his career. One blight on an otherwise good day was a fumble at the goal line. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Not a bad follow up to his 15/108 performance last week. Daniel Thonas and Damien Williams shared the load with both getting five carries each. Miller owners need to enjoy this trend while they can - Moreno will be returning soon.

By Reginald James, Dolphins Correspondent, Sun, Sep 21st 9:26pm EDT

Lamar Miller rushed 15 times, his longest run of the day was for 24 yards. He also caught four passes for 24 yards. 7.2 yards a carry: a bright performance in an otherwise dismal day for the Dolphins. (Source: Sun Sentinel)

Fantasy Impact: Daniel Thomas rushed twice for 15 yards and Damien Williams only carried the ball once for a three yard loss. 132 total yards is a good sign going forward for Miller owners. In Knowshon Moreno's absence, he was given practically all the carries and looked good doing it.

By Jeffrey Lee Colavecchio, Dolphins Correspondent, Sun, Sep 21st 9:16pm EDT

Miller, getting extended action in the absence of Knowshon Moreno, finished with a career-high 108 yards. “It’s a good feeling, but I’ve still got a lot of room for improvement,” Miller said of his second career 100-yard rushing performance. “I give the credit to the offensive line. They’ve been doing a great job throughout this whole season so far.” (Source:

Fantasy Impact: When Miller can break through the first line of defenders, he uses his speed to run to daylight. This was on full display Sunday afternoon as he broke a couple of big runs on the Chiefs. Miller was also trusted on most passing downs and secured all the passes that came his way. He will continue to see about fifteen carries per game and a couple of catches with Moreno on the sideline. The offensive line looks improved in the run game, and Mike Pouncey's return is imminent. Number 26 proved he can be trusted as an RB2 when he gets enough touches.

By Reginald James, Dolphins Correspondent, Fri, Sep 19th 2:46am EDT

Miller has practiced all week in spite of leaving the game with an ankle sprain he suffered in the fourth quarter on Sunday against the Bills. Team sources say that Miller could have returned to play if needed. He ended the day with 11 carries for 62 yards. (Source: Sun Sentinel)

Fantasy Impact: Fantasy owners can take advantage of having a starting back on their roster this week. Still, it's expected that Damien Williams, and possibly Daniel Thomas will get some playing time as well.

By Reginald James, Dolphins Correspondent, Thu, Sep 18th 2:48pm EDT

Miller has practiced all week in spite of leaving the game with an ankle sprain he suffered in the fourth quarter on Sunday. Team sources say that Miller could have returned to play if needed. He ended the day with 11 carries for 62 yards. (Source: Sun Sentinel)

Fantasy Impact: Fantasy owners can take advantage of having a starting back on their roster this week. While Miller is expected to get the bulk of the carries, it's still expected that Damien Williams, and possibly Daniel Thomas will get some playing time as well.

By Brian Ruiz, Dolphins Correspondent, Sun, Sep 14th 4:52pm EDT

The consensus is that Knowshon Moreno suffered a dislocated elbow during the game against the Bills. Lamar Miller, who got the start again, is expected to carry the load with Damien Williams spelling him. Miller also left the game, but it was with little time remaining and returning at that point would not have been smart. (Source: Barry Jackson)

Fantasy Impact: Miller had 11 carries for 46 yards and the Dolphins had to abandon the run as they fell behind. Overall it was another ugly game against the Bills, just as it was last season. Miller should have good flex value as long as Moreno does not play.

By Graham Barfield, Dolphins Correspondent, Tue, Sep 2nd 11:01am EDT

Miami Herald writer Barry Jackson says Lamar Miller is the Week 1 starter over Knowshon Moreno. (Source: Barry Jackson - Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: There hasn't been a ton of clarity regarding the Dolphins backfield, and both Lamar Miller and Knowshon Moreno have come at discounts in drafts because of it. There is still a really good chance that it will be some sort of running-back-by-committee in Miami, unless one of the two running backs run away with the job or an injury occurs. While this little bit of clarity is nice for the time being, the Fins' backfield is still very much up in the air Week 1 and beyond.

By Brian Ruiz, Dolphins Correspondent, Mon, Sep 1st 3:06pm EDT

It appears that Moreno has secured the lead back role, while Miller's lack of production has set him as the change of pace back. (Source: Miami Herald)

Fantasy Impact: While Miller is capable of hitting home runs he needs running land that the O-line hasn't be able to give him. The value of the Dolphins backfield has lowered as the two will split carries with Moreno as the lead. Miller shouldn't be anything but a late round pick now with Moreno fully health.

By Reginald James, Dolphins Correspondent, Sun, Aug 24th 2:26am EDT

Lamar Miller rushed for 34 yards on seven carries and he also caught two passes for 3 yards. Miller rotated with Knowshon Moreno, and the two backs even lined up in the backfield together. Moreno ran well logging 10 carries for 64 yards (6.4 avg.), versus Miller's finish of 5 carries for 23 yards (4.6 avg.). Moreno was easily the more aggressive runner. Miller has 76 total yards on 20 preseason touches. (Source: Miami Herald)

Fantasy Impact: Philbin has always expressed his desire to use both backs, but with only one preseason game appearance for Moreno, it's wise not to get caught up in the moment. It's too early to tell how many carries Moreno may eventually take away from Miller, or if he'll take over the RB1 role altogether. There's only one preseason tilt left, and most drafts are happening in these final weeks. Moreno's performance on Saturday certainly brings him back into the redraft conversation as a value pick. However, the problem is whether or not your roster is deep enough for wait-and-see mode.

By Reginald James, Dolphins Correspondent, Sat, Aug 16th 10:45pm EDT

Miller's longest run was for two yards. That's 14 yards on seven carries in two preseason games. (Source: Armando Salguero on Twitter )

Fantasy Impact: That's the bad news. The good news: Miller hasn't logged a lot of game minutes, and should get a better opportunity to show off next weekend. Additionally, he's a starting RB on a team that at the very least is teasing to put up a lot of yardage. Stay tuned.

By Jeffrey Lee Colavecchio, Dolphins Correspondent, Tue, Aug 5th 2:49pm EDT

Lamar Miller is listed as the starting tailback for your Miami Dolphins. This makes sense since Coach Philbin did sound happy with Miller’s performance during the inter squad scrimmage for the Dolphins Saturday. When asked about the third year player coach said…“He broke some tackles today…. you are always looking for a running back that can make some yards on his own, it seemed like he did that today”. Also of note, veteran center and ex-Dolphin Samson Satele was signed by Miami over the weekend and will serve as the stop gap until Mike Pouncey is ready to return. (Source: Miami Dolphins website)

Fantasy Impact: Ask any football coach what the most important position on the field is… they will tell you…center. I really like the signing of Satele who is a consistent and proven player at center. Mike Wallace, Lamar Miller, and Charles Clay’s success are all contingent upon the line meshing quickly so the signing will help. Also, for what it’s worth, John Congemi interviewed Miller Saturday after practice and mentioned that… “You looked like Shady McCoy on a few runs today”. A poor man’s version maybe, but I understand the comparison. Miller has my attention at his current ADP. - Miami Dolphins Correspondent : Jeffrey Lee Colavecchio

By Zach Haeussler, Dolphins Correspondent, Sun, Jul 27th 1:16pm EDT

(Source: Omar Kelly via Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Not mentioned in Kelly's tweet: Lamar Miller. This is a concern as arguably the biggest contributing factor to Miller's disappointing season last year was his limited usage. If he is still sidelined on third downs for the likes of Daniel Thomas, he is unlikely to gain any ground upon Knowshon Moreno's return. Miller will have value, especially if he impresses as the teams primary runner, but this situation mirrors last years in the worst way.

By Zach Haeussler, Dolphins Correspondent, Wed, Jul 23rd 12:41pm EDT's Gregg Rosenthal speculates that a number of veteran players have found themselves on the roster bubble entering training camp, including new Miami RB Knowshon Moreno. Moreno showed up to Dolphins OTAs out of shape and also underwent a left knee scope shortly afterwards. Moreno may not necessarily be cut prior to the season, but he has lost his grasp on the starting running back position for the Dolphins. (Source:

Fantasy Impact: Miller let fantasy owners down last season after preseason hype vaulted him into the early rounds of 2013 fantasy drafts. This year Miller could represent post-hype sleeper value as his current Fantasy Pro's ADP is well outside the top 30 of running backs at RB36. Keep an eye on how this situation develops.

ProFootballTalk | Oct 1st
Lamar Miller joins Mike Florio to discuss his experience playing in London, if he thinks players would want to play for a team based in London and if the Patriots days of dominating the AFC East are numbered.
ProFootballTalk | Oct 1st
Mike Florio talks with Miami running back, Lamar Miller about the being the leading rusher of the Dolphins and Ryan Tannehill’s work ethic. Then, Florio talks about the top candidates in danger of losing their job this season.              
ProFootballTalk | Oct 1st
The Dolphins capped a somewhat tumultuous week with a victory over the Raiders last Sunday and now they’ve got a week off to savor it. Running back Lamar Miller will spend some of his free time with Mike Florio on Wednesday’s edition of PFT Live. We will talk to Miller about last week’s quarterback hemming…
ESPN | Sep 29th
Christopher Harris analyzes Lamar Miller for Week 5.
CBS Sports | Sep 29th
What should owners make of Lamar Miller and DeAndre Hopkins after nice performances in Week 4? Our Jamey Eisenberg shares his Fantasy observations.
Razzball | Sep 26th
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ESPN | Sep 2nd
Christopher Harris and Field Yates look at the impact of Rob Gronkowski saying he expects to start in Week 1, explain why enthusiasm for Lamar Miller ...
Razzball | Aug 22nd
Hey guys, I get it, risk is scary. Most people go their entire lives doing whatever they can to avoid risk. No matter what it is, people avoid risk like I avoid poison ivy and country music. Well consider me to be the fantasy version of the tacky motivational poster on your boss's wall. Throughout my years as a fantasy football player, I've come to know a few things to be true. Never draft a ...
ESPN | Aug 12th
Christopher Harris and Eric Karabell go head-to-head on Lamar Miller's draft day value.