When we signed Lamar Miller, his performance during this streak was what I expected. In his first season with the Texans, Miller's first couple of games included Game1: Miller had 28 carries while Blue had 1 Game2: Miller had 25 carries while Blue had 5 Game3: Miller had 21 carries while Blue/Grimes had 5 Game4: Miller had 19 carries while Blue had 3 Game5: Miller had 9 carries and injured. Game6: Miller had 25 carries while Blue had 2 By game 3, I said, this guy cannot handle this workload and will not last the season. Sure enough, as the 2016 went on, he got injured, appeared slow and couldn't withstand the number of carries. I kept wondering why would you take a speedback without any contact in the preseason and then give him that workload? We all know about Miller's limitations as a runner, but if he's fresh and you can give him a seam, he is an above average RB who can give you explosive plays. I never understood why the coaching staff could not understand this and give a backup RB, 5-12 carries per game to keep him fresh and minimize the 25 carry games. Well, it looks like after two years of mishandling Miller, the coaching staff has figured how to maximize his talent. He needs a backup who can help with the workload. Losing the weight he gained to handle the punishment, it looks like Miller has regain that quickness we saw in Miami and reminds us of why he was signed in the first place. Kudos to Miller and the coaching staff.