Found November 06, 2012 on Juan Elway:
I can run on anyone Juan… CJ Spiller is one of the most electric RBs in the NFL, but is getting held back by his coach.  I reported hat Chan Gailey wants to get the RB more touches, but it remains to seen if he will. Spiller has 78/562/4 on the season which is good for 7.2 YPC.  That is off the charts ridiculous.  Add in the 24/236/1 through the air and you have one of the most dynamic playmakers in the NFL.  The Bills have some easy matchups (Ind, Jax), but they also have some tough matchups (Mia x 2, Sea) coming up in the next 7 weeks.  I don’t care.  The Bills offensive line has been dominant and Spiller has elite talent.  It’s time for Chan to give the ball to this kid and let him go.  No offense to Fred Jackson, but it’s time to take a back seat.  If you can get him on the cheaper side of the deal, I say pull the trigger. Waiver Wire: Danario Alexander T-Rich And Rice Trade Jerseys
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