Miami Dolphins’ Running Back Breakdown: Full Evaluation and Depth Chart Analysis

May 22, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Miami Dolphins have a history of fielding a good crop of running backs—from Larry Csonka and Mercury Morris to Ricky Williams and Ronnie Brown. The Dolphins will now look to field another group of top running backs. 
The Dolphins lost leading tailback Reggie Bush in free agency, and will be looking at a young group of players to fill his void. 
Head coach Joe Philbin will be looking to finally instill his West Coast offense with the talent Miami has added this offseason and, even though it will be a pass-happy offense, running back is still an important position. 
Miami will most likely start out with Lamar Miller as their starter when the regular season begins. He had a full season to get acclimated to Philbin's system and the speed of the NFL. He was used sparingly last season, but did show some flashes that he can take over the starting role. 
Miller carried the ball 51 times for 250 yards and a touchdown, while averaging 4.9 yards p...

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