The Houston Texans agreed to terms with running back Lamar Miller, formerly of the Miami Dolphins, on a four-year, $26 million contract. Houston is having a heck of a day. In addition to Miller, the Texans landed quarterback Brock Osweiler. All of the sudden, Houston — who ranked third in Adjusted Defensive Net Expected Points per play in 2015 — is a major player in the AFC. Houston got to see Miller’s talent first hand in 2015. The former Hurricane erupted for 175 rushing yards, 61 receiving yards and two total scores against the Texans in Week 7. Among the 44 running backs with at least 100 carries last season, Miller finished 17th in Rushing Net Expected Points (NEP) per attempt. He rushed for 872 yards and eight touchdowns on 192 attempts, averaging 4.5 yards per carry. Houston’s defense managed to carry them to the playoffs, but they didn’t have enough offensive firepower to make a deep playoff run. Will that change in 2016? Source.