Found September 26, 2012 on Patriots Life:
Every Patriots fan was probably a little bit glad to hear that C.J. Spiller - who has been lighting up the NFL since Week 1 - was going to miss Sunday's game. Spiller got increased playing time once Fred Jackson went down and week one and Tashard Choice was the next in line to start at running back. Not exactly a name that puts much fear into you.The situation looked like the Patriots would be facing a team without their two star running backs. That's not necessarily looking like the case anymore as both Jackson and Spiller have an outside shot at playing.Fred Jackson returned to practice today. The last time the two teams met in Buffalo, Jackson had 161 total yards and a score in a surprising Buffalo upset. He was injured and did not suit up for New England's 49-21 revenge later that season. Still, there's no guarantee he'll be suiting up Sunday.BuffaloNews via RotoworldBuffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson wasn't overly pleased with how his right knee res...
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