Miller broke the 100-yard rushing mark for the first time in his young career Thursday against the Cincinnati Bengals. The second-year back out of the University of Miami carried the pigskin 16 times for 105 yards.
Miller also caught four passes for 24 yards out of the backfield. His long for the game was a 41-yard burst, though he fumbled at the end of the play. Still, Miller received 20 touches as compared to 13 for fellow running back Daniel Thomas, and was far more productive. Miller averaged 6.6 yards per tote Thursday.
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