It's been an extremely disappointing year for the Buffalo Bills. A 2012 campaign that began with Super Bowl aspirations is going to end in a familiar place: the AFC basement.
On a personal level, it's all the more maddening for C.J. Spiller.
Now in his third year, the speedy running back has established himself as one of the most electrifying players in the NFL, yet he's barely incorporated into the offense. It's one of the more puzzling situations you'll come across, and Spiller, like all of us, has taken notice.
“I really can’t control how many times I touch the ball, guys,” Spiller said, via the Buffalo News. “I keep saying it over and over, but I don’t know what else y’all want me to say. The only thing I can do, when my number’s called, is do the best I can. Even when it’s not, just try to do the best I can.”
In the Bills' 15-12 loss to the Rams on Sunday, Spiller received just seven carries and totaled one reception. For someone of his ability, eight touches is...