Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer
After Sunday's loss to the San Francisco 49ers, Broncos linebacker Von Miller called his three penalties for neutral zone infractions "flat out ridiculous'' and said "I put my team in a horrible situation.'' On Wednesday, Miller said he needed to keep being aggressive, however, and that chances are he's going to get more right than wrong when anticipating the snap. "Yeah, I was upset about it, but at the end of the day if I've got 97 sacks, probably 80 of them came off of getting a great jump, so it's like yeah, I jumped offsides, but quarterbacks throw interceptions, too, it's not like you tell them to quit throwing the ball downfield ... It's just part of the game ... I'm a gambling man, sometimes I like to gamble big and sometimes I don't ... I'm not going to change it up.'' Miller said he anticipates the Browns trying to draw him into an offside penalty or two Saturday night, but "we're playing at home, so I don't know how effective that will be.'' Overall, Miller has been flagged for seven penalties this season, six of those have either been offside or neutral zone infractions, including the three against the 49ers.