Miller finished up 2017 with 51 solo tackles, six assisted tackles, one sack, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery.
Miller took a big step back in 2017, ranking just 18th in the league with 10 sacks -- the lowest total for a full season in his career. True, sacks are just one small indicator of an edge player's success, but you have to wonder what could have been for Miller. The stud pass rusher had eight sacks through the team's first eight games, but just two the rest of the way. A healthy rebound season by opposite number Shane Ray and a little more depth along Denver's edges could go a long way toward a better 2018 for Miller.
Miller had four tackles (three solo), a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in Sunday's 27-11 loss to Washington.
Miller had a strong first half to the season with eight sacks, but has only two sacks over the last seven games. The Broncos being blown out on a seemingly regular basis certainly limits passing situations for opposing offenses, but nonetheless Miller will aim for a strong finish against division rival Kansas City in Week 17.
Miller added four solo tackles and one sack Sunday against the Jets.
Miller played 48 of 50 defensive snaps, and he's gotten to the quarterback in some fashion in each of the last three contests. Expect him to have a superb Week 15 fantasy performance against the Colts, since QB Jacoby Brissett ranks last in the league in sack percentage (11.2 percent).
Miller had six tackles (five solo) and a half sack in Sunday's loss to the Dolphins.
Miller had a half sack in Week 12,so he now has one full sack over the last two weeks and nine total through 12 games. His average of less than four tackles per game is troubling, though, so he's best suited for matchups against weak offensive lines.
Miller brought his season total in the sack department up to 8.5 after recording a half-sack in Sunday's loss to the Raiders.
Miller added six tackles (four solo) to go along with his half-sack. His tackle total tied his second highest on the season. The stud outside linebacker was unsurprisingly the second most used player on defense, logging 67 snaps (99.0 percent).
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