The Texans will continue to lean on Miller, who showed why they signed him to take over a ground game plagued by injury and inconsistency last season. - From ESPN (blog)
Miller did just that in Sunday night’s 26-23 victory against the Indianapolis Colts, running for 149 yards on 24 carries.
Miller opened the season by rushing for more than 100 yards, but he didn’t eclipse the mark again until Sunday night.
"We felt like he was the guy throughout the game that was probably playing the best on offense, so at halftime we said, 'Look, we’ve got to just keep finding ways to get this guy the ball,'" O’Brien said.
On the first touchdown-scoring drive, Osweiler was 4-for-4 and leaned heavily on the run game.
Entering Week 6, Denver -- the Texans' next opponent -- was ranked 18th in the league in run defense, which is something Houston will likely try to take advantage of.