Originally Posted by meangene
I would assume with Miller a team will put him on the edge with his hand on the ground on third downs. I could see us moving Ayers inside and putting Miller next to him opposite Doom.
That's my thought exactly. On the strong side, he has the ability to cover the TE, is a match up nightmare for a TE if he blitzes, and can move to the DL on 3rd down when a Sam normally comes off the field.
Its similar to what Matthews does in GB really, just with different semantics. Miller's got the versatility to give a creative DC a lot of options.
Although if he's the target we have to move back a little and try to get more value. Tough to do though, given that he's projected in the top 5 just about everywhere you look.