He seems to have the Midas touch because he has won the big game with every team he played for.
Miller won his first with the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50 and took home game MVP honors.
Last season, the Los Angeles Rams traded 2022 second and third-round picks to acquire him.
He was one of the final pieces that completed a championship roster after helping the team win Super Bowl LVI.
This time, he would like to lend his experience and veteran leadership to a talented Bills defense that ranked first in the league by the regular season’s end.
Miller signed a six-year, $120 million deal to turn Buffalo into a winner.
It looked like he made the right decision after the Bills dominated his former team at So-Fi Stadium.
The 31-10 outcome had him dancing on the sidelines.
— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) September 9, 2022
Miller has several reasons to be happy after an impressive season opener.
He had two of the Bills seven sacks on quarterback Matthew Stafford and added three tackles for losses.
Likewise, the Bills defense shut down the Rams in the second half.
In contrast, Josh Allen dissected the Rams defense with three touchdowns, including his rushing touchdown.
Will Miller’s Happy Mood Continue?
Defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier did a fantastic job integrating Miller into their defense.
Meanwhile, the seven-time All-Pro and eight-time Pro Bowler felt comfortable in his first game with Buffalo.
The Bills will need Miller’s consistency as they go through a tough stretch of games before their bye.
They will face the Tennessee Titans in Week 2, the Miami Dolphins in Week 3, and the Baltimore Ravens in Week 4.
Buffalo will also face the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 5 and the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 6.
Three of those five games are on the road.