How Von Miller’s Injury Update Changes Bills’ Super Bowl, Playoff, Divisional Odds
Via Joshua Bessex/Getty Images. Pictured: Von Miller #40 of the Buffalo Bills looks on during the fourth quarter against the Green Bay Packers at Highmark Stadium on October 30, 2022 in Orchard Park, New York.
Eight-time Pro Bowler Von Miller will not play at least the first four games of the season for the Buffalo Bills.
The team did not remove Miller from the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list, meaning Miller will not be eligible to play in the first four games.
The two-time Super Bowl winner is still recovering from a torn ACL that occurred during Thanksgiving week of the 2022 season against the Detroit Lions.
It was the second torn ACL of his career.
Bills futures odds haven't seen much movement since the news of Miller spending the first four weeks on the sidelines.
The Bills are one of the favorites to win the Super Bowl at around +900 to win it all at most sportsbooks. Odds for them to win the AFC East and odds to make the playoffs have also not changed since the news of Miller missing at least the first four games.
Buffalo bolstered the pass-rush room during the offseason by signing NFL veteran Leonard Floyd. The room now consists of Greg Rousseau, A.J. Epenesa, Floyd and Miller.
The Bills open the season against the New York Jets on Monday Night Football on September 11th. The line has actually moved in the Bills' direction over the last couple of weeks. The Bills opened as 1.5-point favorites and are now -2.5 at most sportsbooks.