Lamar Miller: Buy or Sell?
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Via 2013 Offseason All Hype Team | ProFootballFocus.com.
The problem with Miller getting so much attention (which is the same issue Steven Jackson has) is that there is not much value to be had at his elevated ADP level. Miami was a poor run blocking team in 2012, garnering a collective -5.2 grade from PFF (23rd in the league). Projected starters Jonathan Martin and John Jerry were truly awful in that department while earning -6.0 and -8.8 grades, respectively. Former Falcon Tyson Clabo, historically a strong run blocker, will help in this area – though newly signed tight end Dustin Keller certainly will not. Miller’s pass protection is still a question mark despite encouraging reports, and it is not definite that he will be the true bell cow back owners pay for based on his ADP. Verdict: Over HypedAlright, so not everyone loves Lamar Miller as much as we do here at RotoViz. In his ADP evaluation for running backs in 2013,