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SuperJTheGreat

Von Miller does not know how to do the SuperCam.

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Maybe some day the Broncos will be good enough that they can establish their own identity rather than riding on Cam Newton's coat tails.

That's rich... Especially considering the Broncos are 6-3 and the Panthers are 2-7...

The Broncos have plenty of identity, we probably have more identity this season than we've ever had and if your complaint is about Von not having an identity his signature move is his sack dances, he does a different dance every sack. His dance this week just happened to be to mock Sir Cameron Newton: Leader of Men, Lover of Puppies...Esquire's superman celebration. It was a think of freaking beauty!

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Nobody had even heard of the dude until Cam Newton made him famous. Congratulations, you got a share of Cam's spotlight. Now back to obscurity.

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Nobody had even heard of the dude until Cam Newton made him famous. Congratulations, you got a share of Cam's spotlight. Now back to obscurity.

Im not sure if your serious or not.

College career

As a freshman at defensive end in 2007, he was named Freshman All-Big 12.Jr year, Von Miller was named first team All Big-12 at DE and was named a first-team All-AmericanSR year. first-team All-Big 12 honors, and won the Butkus Award as the nation's top linebacker. He was also named a consensus first-team All-American. He received first team All-American honors from Walter Camp, Scout.com, Pro Football Weekly, ESPN.com, and the Associated Press.

At the 2011 Senior Bowl, he was the Defensive MVP

Pro carreer

Drafted second overall.

He was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Week for his performance against the New York Jets

Miller was selected to the 2012 Pro Bowl, and was named AP Defensive Rookie of the Year. Overall, in 907 snaps, Von recorded 11.5 sacks, 19 quarterback hits, and 29 quarterback hurries.

Some people say he is in the running for DPY and MVP

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Nobody had even heard of the dude until Cam Newton made him famous. Congratulations, you got a share of Cam's spotlight. Now back to obscurity.

Well, he was the DROY last year, as well as the 2nd overall pick and a Pro Bowler as a rookie. The only people who hadn't heard of him were the deaf.

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lol I love all the new registrant 1 post people swarming from the Broncos boards. Just proves my point. You're still thinking about Cam Newton a week later, and you'll be thinking about him for his entire career.

Maybe we'll play the AFC South next year and this guy will get to have some spotlight again.

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lol I love all the new registrant 1 post people swarming from the Broncos boards. Just proves my point. You're still thinking about Cam Newton a week later, and you'll be thinking about him for his entire career.

Maybe we'll play the AFC South next year and this guy will get to have some spotlight again.

AFC South?

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It's come to this?

Boy, do we suck as a fanbase.

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Yeah he was very Kuechly-like in that he was always around the ball. (Speaking of which, Luke made a few very similar plays, exploding into their backfield). But Cam has ran down the sideline with the secondary chasing him many times, and I'm sure most of those dudes could take Von in a footrace.

Miller is a very good player, but I don't think he is the generational talent that we made him look like.

You're kidding me right? Von Miller is already the best olb in all of football. He has a size-speed combo that shows every week, and unlike many other one dimensional pass rushers he has the ability to play the run and screen game just as well as rushing the qb. Clearly you haven't watched much football because he was the DROY, AllPro, and Probowler, all in his first season while going against NFL quality o-line play. In his second season he is .5 away from the league lead in sacks and he is leading the league by a nice margin in tfl. He is also the most effective pass rusher in PFF's defensive metrics. He has been compared to LT and the late Derrick Thomas by coaches and players. So when you look at all of the 1st round pass rushing busts over the years (Maybin, Gholston, Merriman, Wimbley, English, Graham.) Suggs,Ware, and Matthews are the three bench mark players when it comes to pass rushing and Von Miller is eclipsing all of their stats in the first two years. How can you say that he is not a dominant player? Clearly his peers think he is and the tape and the stats show it as well. I get being a homer and loving your own guys but honestly you cannot tell me that he is not ridiculously special and as elite as they come, especially for such a young player to show that type of dominance. It's like me saying JJ Watt sucks just because he isn't on my team, its complete crap.

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Maybe we'll play the AFC South next year and this guy will get to have some spotlight again.

Well the NFC South is playing the AFC east next year. And the Broncos are in the AFC West. Carolina won't play the AFC West teams including the Broncos for 4 years barring a super bowl matchup.

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AFC South?

Wherever this no name dude plays.

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