Von Miller didn’t blink, delivers huge performance in Bills’ 24-20 win vs. Chiefs

The Buffalo Bills closed out the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium, defeating their conference foes 24-20. It was billed as a heavyweight fight and while the scoring for both offenses wasn’t up to their normal standards, the game was still a slug match. While it’s only Week 6, the team and fans alike sensed that this game could have playoff ramifications down the road. It was also the true test for a Bills defensive unit that upgraded along the defensive line with this game in mind. Bills General Manager Brandon Beane signed Von Miller for these moments. After signing the Future Hall of Famer, Beane referred to Miller as a “finisher,” and his play against the Chiefs likely had Beane smiling from ear to ear. Miller’s play limited touchdowns, closed out drives and eventually the game. Let’s take a look. 1st Quarter – 4:10 – 2nd and 9 – Run Stop This play is probably the least sexy, but was an incredibly important Red-Zone rep. The Chiefs drove down the field to the Bills’ 9-yard line, and on the 14th play Miller stopped RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire for no gain. With the ball on the left hash, the Chiefs come … Continue reading Von Miller didn’t blink, delivers huge performance in Bills’ 24-20 win vs. Chiefs