Von Miller Comments on Tom Brady, Broncos Defense vs. Patriots

January 20, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Denver Broncos defense continued its big-game talk on Wednesday toward the New England Patriots and quarterback Tom Brady ahead of their AFC Championship Game tilt on Sunday.
Broncos linebacker Von Miller was asked about Brady's ability to get the ball away in "two seconds" in light of the Patriots' divisional-round victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in which the New England quarterback seemingly received the ball from the center and quickly released it toward the open man in one motion, per Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk:
You said two seconds? Sometimes I only need one.
It’s quick, we’re just going to have to be tight in the secondary and that little window we get, we have to get there. No excuses, we just have to get there, plain and simple.

Miller is a part of a Broncos defense that was best in the NFL during the regular season, allowing the least amount of total passing yards while recording the most sacks.
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