http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000169313/article/worst-position-groups-in-the-nfl-offense Worst running back group: Miami Dolphins Lamar Miller is a great fantasy football sleeper. The Dolphins expect him to make a big leap this season. But he's a second-year pro who was drafted in the fourth round and only carried the ball 51 times last year. He's also the easy choice as the best back on the Dolphins' roster because we've seen what Daniel Thomas can do. 2013 fifth-rounder Mike Gillislee also should find carries. Good news for Dolphins fans. This is the best position in which to not look great on paper. Speaking of ... Honorable mention: Indianapolis Colts, New York Jets, Tennessee Titans, Pittsburgh Steelers: The Colts made the playoffs with Vick Ballard and Donald Brown leading the way last year. Ballard is a workmanlike back with a limited ceiling, like a more explosive BenJarvus Green-Ellis. ... New pickup Chris Ivory is the best of a lackluster bunch in New York. ... The Rams don't have any big names, but they weren't listed because I like their young talent. ... Chris Johnson is too boom or bust as a runner. Adding Shonn Greene makes the Titan's attack more like boom or bust or bust. Does this fool know anything? I know we havent had the best of years as far as our running game goes, but the worst possible scenerios have happened over the past couple of years. Chris Johnson holding out, Offensive line depleted by injuries, firing of our OC, inconsitent QB play, etc....At the end of the day CJ is still a very talented back, i believe he had a solid bounce back season. Shonn Greene while a slightly above average starter is a great #2 back that fills the void we needed in getting tough yardage. These are both 1000 yard rushers and this Rosenthal guy has the nerve to put us near the bottom. Even more mind oggling he doesnt even mention Green Bay, or the Lions.