It seemed that they didn’t need him after finishing the 2021 regular season as the top-ranked defense.
But aside from upgrading their pass rush, his football wisdom will help a relatively young defensive unit.
At 33 years old, he will be the oldest player among the Bills’ projected starters on defense.
His experience will help improve a group that finished first in total yards allowed, passing yards allowed, and points allowed per game.
More importantly, his mission is to win a Super Bowl for the Buffalo Bills.
— NFL (@NFL) April 20, 2022
The Bills came close to representing the AFC in the Super Bowl for the past two seasons.
Unfortunately, they couldn’t hurdle the obstacle presented by the Kansas City Chiefs.
They lost to the Chiefs in the 2020 AFC Championship Game.
A year later, they had the lead with 13 seconds left in their Divisional Weekend encounter.
Patrick Mahomes helped force overtime, leading to another Chiefs victory.
This season, they have more quarterbacks to worry about.
That said, Miller’s ability to generate pressure will help them win against these imposing quarterbacks.
Miller Has The Golden Touch
With the Bills, Miller has an opportunity to follow Matt Millen as the only NFL players to win a Super Bowl with three different teams.
Gabriel Davis is also an emerging option in the passing game, as shown in his 200-yard performance in last season’s playoffs versus the Chiefs.
With many talents on both sides of the ball, Miller has a solid shot of adding to the Super Bowls he won with the Broncos and Los Angeles Rams.