Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller’s struggles have left the Bills offense struggling to generate points, and that’s been the biggest thing holding them back from having a better record this year. The team has also struggled to get Spiller the ball in space, and he just hasn’t looked like the same player. A nagging ankle has also hindered Spiller while limiting his touches to just 10-15 per game over the first two months of the season.
At least, that was thought, but Bills Head Coach Doug Marrone revealed this week that the gameplan is what left Spiller with limited touches, and going into each game, the staff determines which back will get more carries.