The Buffalo Bills came into the 2022 season with a chip on their shoulder as they desperately want to get over a heartbreaking loss in overtime to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC divisional round.
With their sights set on a Super Bowl, Buffalo proved it still belongs among the NFL’s elite on Thursday with a 31-10 beat down of the Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium.
Von Miller is 33 years old and he still turned in a two-sack performance for the Bills for his 27th career multi-sack game.
Miller had a chance to sign with the Dallas Cowboys this offseason, a team that could’ve desperately needed him after how much they lost this year.
In an interview with 105.3, The Fan in Dallas, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones admitted that the team considered signing Miller, but made it clear he loves the current team and how it is constructed.
“I like the makeup of our team. We gave (signing him) consideration. I love our defense. What inspires me about last night is we have one of our best defenses in a long time,” Jones said.
Last year, the Dallas Cowboys finished first in turnovers forced for the first time in franchise history.
Josh Allen didn’t miss a beat from his 2022 playoff run, completing 26 of his 31 passes for 297 yards and three touchdowns. Allen was also Buffalo’s leading rusher, running for 56 yards and one touchdown.