C.J. Spiller frustrated 'deep down' with lack of involvement in Bills' offense

'Is the frustration there? Yeah, deep down inside your gut as a competitor, yeah it's there, but there's nothing I can do about it'

CJ Spiller was introduced to the crowd during a first half timeout

CJ Spiller was introduced to the crowd during a first half timeout

More on this later, but a quick note from www.NFL.com on C.J. Spiller:

"Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller must feel like coach Chan Gailey's personal Ferrari. Gailey rarely takes him out of the garage, but when he does, Spiller doesn't disappoint.

"Heading into Week 14, Spiller averaged 6.6 yards per carry, but he had just seven rushes for 37 yards in Sunday's 15-12 loss to the St. Louis Rams. After the game the running back sounded exasperated.

"'Of course I want to touch the ball more, but there's no need for me to sit around and mope and groan and do all that stuff. That's high school. That's childish. That's not what I'm all about,' Spiller said, via the Buffalo News. 'Is the frustration there? Yeah, deep down inside your gut as a competitor, yeah it's there, but there's nothing I can do about it, so I'm not going to sit around and pout.'"

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33dtb writes:

CJ is one class guy.
He'll survive Chan Gailey
Go CJ

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