Van Miller is trying to replicate with Bills the performance of Bruce Smith, the all-time NFL dismissal leader.

Van Miller signed with the Buffalo Bulls to bring the football-crazy city they want, a Super Bowl championship. Miller signed a six-year deal with the Bills to fulfill that promise, as the $ 120 million deal will keep Star Pass Rusher in Buffalo until he turns 38.

Players usually do not see the life of their contract. Miller wants to face the odds for a player in his mid-30s.

“It’s a six-year deal, so I’m looking forward to playing the whole thing,” Miller said. Via Buffalo News. “I’m trying to play the whole thing. Tom Brady did it, Bruce Smith did it. All the people I see when it comes to longevity in my career. It only takes one day, and I’m going to take whatever God gives me. My intention is to pay for the whole thing. I’ll be really sick when you know me. My mindset is different. “

Smith signed a six-year, $ 28.2 million contract with the Bulls in 1997 – but after the 1999 season, the celery cap dump did not see the full deal in Buffalo. At the age of 37, he signed a five-year, $ 23 million contract with Washington in 2000, playing on a contract that kept him in NFL uniform until he was 41 years old. Smith was released in the final year of his contract (age 40), but indicated that he was about to retire before his release. The 29 sacks that Smith planted in Washington gave him the opportunity to become the league’s all-time sack leader, winning 200 sacks in his 19-year career.

Although Smith signed two major contracts in the late mid-1930s, he was not released due to performance. Miller wants to play his deal at Buffalo, indicating that he can still get a quarterback at this stage of his career.

Miller was once dominant when his last trade date was traded in Los Angeles, indicating that he still has the influence to make a difference between the player and the defense. After hitting the NFL with 18 tackles since playing his first game with the Los Angeles Rams in Week 10, Miller hit 52 with Los Angeles (including the post-season) (third in the NFL) and nine sacks (sixth). ) Also get.

Earning his money in the post-season, Miller finished with 14 tackles, four sacks, six quarterbacks, and a forced fumble. His 22 pressures left only Aaron Donald (23) behind and 16 wickets led all NFL defenders, which is a key part of the Rams winning the championship.

Miller finished with 50 tackles, 9.5 sacks, 17 quarterback hits, and forced fumble-55 pressure in the regular season and 47 rushing (seventh in the NFL). If Miller can take the Bills to the Super Bowl, he will definitely score in Buffalo.