Von Miller Writes Emotional Open Letter to Buffalo [WATCH]
We're just over 24 hours away from the week 1 opener for the Buffalo Bills.
The Bills play at the Los Angeles Rams on Thursday night at SoFi Stadium. It's the annual NFL Kickoff game, which is routinely hosted by the defending Super Bowl champions. It's the Bills first time playing in the NFL Kickoff game.
There are so many juicy storylines regarding this game. Josh Allen and the offense having their first meaningful game since the AFC Divisional Round game against the Kansas City Chiefs, the Bills young cornerbacks against Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson and the fact half off SoFi will be filled with Bills Mafia.
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However, the best storyline of all is edge rusher Von Miller.
Miller signed a 6-year, $120 million contract with the Bills in March. He ended 2021 in Los Angeles and won a Super Bowl with the Rams after being traded in November from the Denver Broncos.
Miller is the missing piece to a Super Bowl driven roster and he's become one of the faces of the Bills since coming to Buffalo.
On Tuesday night, the Bills put out a video from Miller himself.
In the video, Miller writes a monologue for Bills Mafia and the City of Buffalo. He wishes for his play to be what the Bills and fans expect it to be and for him to be the player he knows he can be.
Miller says he was almost a Bills draft pick in 2011. He thought Buffalo would draft him at three but the Broncos took him at two. He said this time he chose Buffalo.
Miller's phrase that has Bills fans going crazy though is "burn it all," regarding past heartaches like Wide Right, Music City Miracle and 13 seconds.
We're now ready to run through a brick wall.