The problem with that is you tip off the defense if you take him out on all pass plays.
I know other people have said that, but that seems like a silly reason to me. First of all, Miller can still be used on a pass play by sending him out on a pass pattern because he's a very good receiver. Second, the idea of "fooling the defense" seems pretty archaic to me. Coaches and players today just aren't fooled by things like that, and if they are - so what? If your players execute, the play will work whether or not the D knows what's coming. I would argue that the D knows if a play is a run or a pass 99% of the time anyway.
Am I the only one that found the back rotation dumbfounding? Bush was the guy then in midseason after a Bush fumble, they force fed Thomas, sprinkled in Miller and ultimately went back to Bush. It was curious at best.
I can understand sitting a guy who fumbles, but Reggie has been pretty sure handed for his size.
It's completely dumbfounding. Bush was in the doghouse for a big part of the season, Miller played great when he got a chance but was rarely used, and Thomas just kept getting consistent carries despite doing absolutely nothing of note. IMO, Miller should have been the primary ball-carrier by season's end, with Bush playing part-time and Thomas riding the bench.