It’s been reported that Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller will be suited up and playing for the team as they try to give the Chiefs their first loss of the season on Sunday.
Spiller didn’t play last Sunday against the New Orleans Saints due to a ‘nagging’ high ankle sprain, however, he seem to be doing better as of now.
Coach Doug Marone spoke with ESPN about Spiller,
“I feel good about C.J. playing,” Marrone said. “In talking with him, without any setbacks, we feel like he’ll be ready to go.”
Spiller isn’t the only player that is making an effort to get back on the field for the Bills. Thad Lewis, who hurt himself on the first play from scrimmage last week, is also trying to get back under center. As of right now, Lewis has missed a few practices and expected to not play at all against the Chiefs, but that didn’t stop reporters from saying he could play earlier in the week.
“I know there was a report out there from a league source,” Marrone said. “I’m hoping the league source is right, because I really don’t know right now. It’s 50-50. Trust me.”
Right now, the possible starters at QB are either Jeff Tuel or Matt Flynn. All sins seem to be pointing to Tuel, as he’s been around the Bills’ offensive system longer than Flynn.