24-Year-Old Linebacker – Denver Broncos
2013 Fantasy Football Outlook
It might seem wrong to list a superstar like Miller this low in the rankings, but IDP leagues don't necessarily measure real-life impact as much as they do raw statistics, and Miller's role as a lineb...
Von Miller Contract Information:
Signed by the Broncos in July of 2011. The deal is reportedly for $21 million over four years.
Miller had three tackles and a sack during Sunday's win over the Titans.
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Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)Miller is eligible to return for the Broncos' seventh game, which takes place on Oct. 20 against the Colts. Given his elite pass-rushing ability, he's worth stashing by those with the roster flexibility to do so in IDP formats. If not, he'll be worth aggressively pursuing as an in-season replacement closer to his return date.
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Although Denver primarily runs a 4-3 alignment, Millerís rare ability as a pass rusher results in him being used more like a defensive end or a 3-4 outside linebacker, which in turn limits his ability to pile up tackles. Like DeMarcus Ware, though, Miller is such a star as a pass rusher that he remains an IDP factor. He finished his rookie year with 64 tackles (50 solo) and 11.5 sacks despite missing one game and playing hurt in four others with torn thumb ligaments. With better health and a full NFL offseason heading into 2012, improvement is expected from Miller.
Although Miller specialized in rushing the quarterback at Texas A&M, Denver is hoping to turn this year's second overall pick into an all-around 4-3 linebacker, albeit one who figures to blitz more often than most. In addition to being an intelligent, productive player, Miller is also a remarkable athlete, as he ran the 40-yard dash in 4.53 seconds after weighing in at 247 pounds at the NFL Combine. Miller totaled 27 sacks and 39 tackles for loss in his last two years at Texas A&M, so he has all the makings of a future NFL star.