It was Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller's night. His 125 rushing yards were more than Miami's total offensive output for most of the game (56 minutes).
"I answered the critics tonight," Spiller told the NFL Network. "I told them I could tote it 20-plus times. It don't matter to me."
As the feature back, Spiller saw the ball 25 times, and made the most of it. With Fred Jackson out after suffering a concussion last week against the New England, it was all C.J.
Showing both his team and the NFL that he could be a viable back, we'll expect to see him get many more carriers for the remainder of the season, especially if Fred Jackson is sidelined for more games.
The Bills at still alive in the AFC East with a 4-6 record.
He added, "We knew they had a tough defense, a good run defense. We're not going to take nothing away from those guys. But I told my offensive line let's get on those guys early and at the end they'll get tired.
And that's what happened and in the second half I was able to get what I wanted."