This week the judges gave him and partner Witney Carson 20 out of 30 possible points.
After the duo's Cha-cha, DWTS judge Carrie Ann Inaba had some constructive criticism for the Super Bowl MVP.
"You had some great moments, where you let loose and were a little at ease," Inaba said, "but in general I thought you were dancing a little too small. You're a big man. I want you to own the floor."
Watch Miller and Carson's performance here:
This week Carson revealed that she is holding Miller to the same standard he'd be held to by his Broncos coaches and teammates, charging him for being late and for passing gas. Miller's charges have amounted to about $1,500, and Carson is donating all of the "fines" to The Skin Cancer Foundation.
Before their performance Monday night, Miller and Carson appeared on "Extra" with Mario Lopez to talk about the DWTS competition.
Despite Miller telling Lopez that his teammates this season would most likely make jokes about his dancing, a few of his teammates were there to support him, and plenty took to social media to show their support:
Tune in again Monday, April 4 to watch team #BlondeMiller, and be sure to vote for Miller on Mondays during DWTS Season 22 (up to 60 minutes following each episode) by calling 1-800-868-3411 or by clicking to dbron.co/blondemiller.