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Lamar Miller, RB Miami Dolphins

2014 Strength of Schedule - MIA

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Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2013 Game Stats

WeekOppRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPRRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPCSnapsSnap%
1CLE103000.317017.036/6853%
2IND1469104.926023.031/6647%
3ATL862007.812032.026/5646%
4NO1162105.616036.034/6057%
5BAL715002.10000-44/5876%
6BYE------------
7BUF943004.814034.033/6650%
8NE1889004.9323037.750/7963%
9CIN16105016.6424046.039/6362%
10TB72000.329034.543/5973%
11SD417004.22200210.038/6360%
12CAR108000.8439049.850/6379%
13NYJ2272003.31130113.065/8180%
14PIT620003.3213046.520/6232%
15NE1561004.110010.038/6459%
16BUF38002.70000-18/5433%
17NYJ1773004.314014.057/6489%
Totals177709214.0261700356.5622/102661%

Most Recent News

April 1, 2014, 11:06am

Miami Herald - [Full Article]

Despite the fact the Dolphins just signed Knowshon Moreno, despite the fact they like Lamar Miller, I'm told the personnel department would still like to add one more running back -- likely somewhere between the fourth-fifth rounds -- to add juice and get more talent in the backfield.


Fantasy Impact:
The draft is considered deep with RB talent. As the story points out, and as we speculated after the Moreno signing, this likely means the end for Daniel Thomas in Miami.