Von Miller is a lock for the Ring of Fame. I would go as far to say that with a few more productive seasons, he is even a lock for the Hall of Fame.
Since joining the Denver Broncos out of Texas A&M in 2011, Miller has been on a tear in the league. Offensive coordinators game plan specifically for the vaunted edge rusher. Oftentimes, that’s not enough.
During the Super Bowl 50 playoff run, Miller was arguably the most important player on the Denver Broncos. The Super Bowl culminated in an MVP award for Miller.
Only nine defensive players (including Miller) have ever received the Super Bowl MVP award in 52 NFL seasons.
For his career, Miller is at 83.5 sacks, 323 tackles, and 22 forced fumbles. The 83.5 sacks are already good enough for second on Denver’s career sack leaderboard. The forced fumbles are good enough for first.
His career has been so stellar, he made Predominantly Orange’s All-Time Bronco list coming in at number six overall. He will only be 29 during the 2018 season so expectations are sky-high for Miller to continue his defensive dominance.