Raiders LT Kolton Miller has not allowed a pressure since Week 5

The Raiders are a top-heavy team filled with several superstar players at the top of their respective positions. Davante Adams might just be the best receiver in the NFL and Josh Jacobs led the league in rushing yards in 2022.

And then there is Maxx Crosby, who is putting together a DPOY season. The Raiders also have two of the top specialists in the league in Daniel Carlson and A.J. Cole. But the one elite player who doesn’t get enough hype in Las Vegas is Kolton Miller, who has developed into one of the NFL’s top left tackles.

In a recent article by Pro Football Focus, they wrote about Miller and how good he has been as a pass protector this season:

Miller has not allowed a single pressure over the past two weeks and leads tackles with a 90.8 pass-blocking grade over that time span.

Miller currently has a PFF grade of 83.0 on the season, tied for the fourth-best in the NFL. He has the third-highest pass-blocking grade (85.7), only behind Tristan Wirfs and Christian Darrisaw.

One of the reasons why the Raiders have been so improved on the offensive line this season is that Miller has taken another step. He’s been one of the NFL’s best tackles this season and that has helped everyone else on the offensive line. He is a stud and is only getting better each season.


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