The Bengals’ plan to establish continuity along the offensive line may’ve taken a hit this afternoon.
John Miller exited the game in the middle of the third quarter and is being evaluated for a possible concussion.
Injury Update: G John Miller is being evaluated for a possible concussion.— Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) December 15, 2019
Before Andy Dalton’s second interception of the game, Miller was flagged on the previous play for ineligible player down field. On the ensuing drive, Billy Price was in Miller’s place at right guard. Miller was seen entering the blue tent on the Bengals’ sideline and then walking to the locker room for further evaluation.
Miller has been a steady rock for Cincinnati’s offensive line, but he was injured for a few weeks earlier this year. A free agent signing from this past offseason, Miller has had plenty of experience playing the Patriots entering this game, as he played the last four years with the Buffalo Bills.
With Miller out for now, this gives the Bengals a chance to evaluate Billy Price at right guard and figure out if that is a spot they would feel comfortable playing him at.