Buffalo Bills Reportedly Make Huge Von Miller Decision

The Buffalo Bills had high expectations for Von Miller this year. The Bills' pass rush wasn't the same without him when he tore his ACL last season. Unfortunately,

Miller's debut in 2023 looks to be delayed. To start the season, the team decided to keep Miller on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list.

Adam Schefter and Jeremy Fowler of ESPN report that the team has no plans to take him off the list before today's deadline.

The first four games of the season, including those against the Jets and Dolphins, will begin without him. Fans of the Buffalo Bills probably aren't happy to hear this to kick off the new season. 

Miller's long-term health is paramount, but losing him at the beginning of the season may make the stretch run more challenging. 

Given the level of competition within each conference, it will be crucial for AFC teams like the Bills to get out to a strong start.

Josh Allen is not a cause for alarm. The offense as a whole appears to be solid. James Cook is a second-year player, while Stefon Diggs is still among the league's top receivers. Many individuals are worried about the defense.

The group is getting on in years and has seen key members leave via free agency. Miller will make it harder for pass rushers to get to the quarterback without help from others. It's possible that Allen will make more mistakes if every game must be decided by a shootout.


Conference realignment has been met with criticism from at least one college football icon.