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Misfortune follows Von Miller from Denver to Hollywood

After Von Miller left his Russian sable hat and tears behind in Denver after his trade from the Broncos to the Los Angeles Rams, he broke down, “I went to bed 4-4 and woke up 7-1. “

Talk about a Hollywood ending for the Super Bowl 50 MVP.

He thought he had Super Bowl 56 in his sights, just like he had with Cam Newton all afternoon all those years ago, when he kept separating football and football. Carolina quarterback’s Lombardi Trophy.

A callback, however, seems to be slipping out of Miller’s clutches, as have so many quarterbacks lately.

LA has been more of a dystopia than a utopia for Miller, even with Odell Beckham Jr. working to get out of cloudy Cleveland and team up with him in sunny Southern California.

The Rams haven’t won since Miller’s arrival.

The drought began with a 28-16 loss to Tennessee at home when Miller went away with a spanked ankle that also forced him to miss his last game for the Broncos. He made his indescribable debut for the Rams in a 31-10 loss to San Francisco a week later, and finally made his mark in LA’s 36-28 loss to Green Bay on Sunday.

Sadly, it wasn’t for a sack – he hasn’t had one since sharing Ravens quarterback strike Lamar Jackson with McTelvin Agim on October 3 – but for his helmet shot to the jaw on Aaron Rodgers. who received a 15-yard penalty.

Miller has only had a half-sack since September, when he had four and won the AFC Defensive Player of the Month award when he returned from an ankle injury that cost him everything. year 2020.

He’s lost the last six games he’s played, and his former teammates in Denver are up to the task having won three of four without him, including a win over Washington he missed, a signing win in Dallas and a blow of the Chargers Sunday which tightened the AFC West.

While the Rams (7-4) are still well placed in the NFC playoff table despite being two games behind the Cardinals in their division, the Broncos (6-5) can take the lead in the AFC. West with a victory Sunday night in Kansas City (7-4).

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