Sometimes, the history of a sports franchise is lost on its players. Time after time, you hear team members make statements of surprise when it comes to historical facts about the organization that signs their paycheck. Often, the pain of the past is dismissed by the present. The painful history of the Buffalo Bills and their fanbase has not been lost on their new defensive superstar, Von Miller and he made sure that they know it.

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On Tuesday, buffalobills.com posted a video letter from Miller directed to the long-suffering Buffalo Bills fanbase. The two-time Super Bowl champion and MVP talked about how he was "supposed to be a Buffalo Bill" on draft day. He added that now it was his "choice" to come to Buffalo. Miller said in the video, "I came to Buffalo to be a difference maker for a franchise that has been close so many times..."

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The free agent player, that general manager Brandon Beane targeted following his Los Angelas Rams Super Bowl victory in February, told the Bills Mafia to take all of those bad memories and "Bruh...burn it all." Miller said that he came to Buffalo to help bring the fans a "deserved" Super Bowl parade.

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It's a cool video that will get Bills fans fired up for the start of, what they hope is, a magical season that ends with a long-awaited Super Bowl championship. Is Miller the final piece of that puzzle? I really think he is. Let us know what you think. The Drive with Charlie & Dan will be at The Ruck in Troy on Thursday from 3pm to 7pm broadcasting live to get Bills fans ready for Buffalo against the defending champion, Los Angelas Rams, which will kick-off the season at 8:20pm. Thanks to our friends at LaBatt Blue Light & Blue Light Seltzer. Stop by say hit and enjoy The Ruck!

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