WalterFootball | Mar 15th
Miller, just 24 years old, has 638 carries for 2,930 yards and 19 touchdowns and 117 receptions for 887 yards and three touchdowns in his four years with the Dolphins. Heâs played in every game over the last three seasons, but topped out at 216 rushing attempts in 2014. There is plenty of tread left on those tires, if he were a car or motorcycle or something. Head coach Bill OâBrien is all about defense and a strong running game. In his first two seasons as the Texans head coach, his team has been first and fourth in rushing attempts for running backs and last season their leading rushers were Alfred Blue, Chris Polk and Jonathan Grimes. Miller will move right into the every down role and makes for a top running back in fantasy this season.
Gridiron Experts | Mar 9th
After 14 mostly mediocre seasons of their franchise’s existence, the Houston Texans kicked off the first day of the 2016 NFL free agency signing period with a couple of statement moves. By signing quarterback Brock Osweiler and running back Lamar Miller to lucrative, multi-year contracts, the Texans are telling their fans, and the rest of the NFL that […]
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EDSFootball | Mar 9th
The Houston Texans and free-agent running back Lamar Miller have agreed to a four-year deal worth $26 million, of which $14 million is guaranteed, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. Since Bill O'Brien took over as head coach in 2014, the Houston Texans (1,023) are one of two teams to exceed 1,000 rushing attempts. The Seattle Seahawks (1,025) are the other team. Meanwhile, fantasy owners have been frustrat...