UPDATE (8/24): Lamar Miller is believed to have torn his left ACL, and potentially PCL, and his 2019 season is likely over. For now, Duke Johnson will head the Houston backfield. This is a tough blow for Miller as he was entering a contract year and had been a stalwart in the Houston offense the past few seasons.

In a half-point per reception format, Houston’s Lamar Miller was RB22 last season, just sneaking in the back-end of the RB2 category. He missed two games due to injury last season, but for the most part, he’s been very durable and a steady piece for fantasy owners. While he can erupt for a big game here and there, he tends to be a high volume guy with a relatively low ceiling in fantasy. We saw him erupt for the 97-yard touchdown run last year against the Titans, and had a stretch where he was one of the better running backs in reality. Even during his best statistical stretch last season, he was only RB18 in a PPR format, RB15 in a half-point per reception format, and...