The Buffalo Bills are 5-1 after their gigantic win over the Kansas City Chiefs this past Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium.

The Bills sit alone at the top of the AFC standings, with a one-game lead over the Kansas City Chiefs in the conference and a one-game lead over the New York Jets in the division, although they really have a one and a half game lead over Kansas City, since they have the head-to-head tiebreaker.

Other than Josh Allen's 329 yard and three touchdown performance, no other Bills player meant more to the victory at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday than Von Miller.

Miller recorded two sacks and the pressure on Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes on the Chiefs final offensive snap of the game, that led to the Taron Johnson interception. Without Miller, the Bills likely lose that game -- plain and simple. That performance is why the Bills paid him a 6-year contract, worth $120 million in the off-season.

Miller has also embraced the Western New York community and what he did after thee Bills win on Sunday was a Buffalo spirit animal.

According to a story by Tim Graham of The Athletic, Miller sat shirtless, while sipping a Labatt Blue Light in the locker room after the game on Sunday.

Miller has six sacks in six games this season, which means he's on pace for 18 sacks.

The chances of Miller getting 18 sacks isn't likely, but he will for sure get double-digit sacks and maybe even approach 14-15 when all is said and done. That would mean the Bills didn't pay him enough and he is the missing piece to a Super Bowl caliber roster.

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