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Kansas City Chiefs
New York Jets
“Lifeless” would be the best word to describe the Kansas City Chiefs in Buffalo today.Sure C.J. Spiller is a fine running back, and has some elusiveness but the Chiefs made him look better than he is today. In Pittsburgh former Chiefs head coach, Todd Haley, had to enjoy keeping an eye on this game.While the Steelers prepared to face the Jets today, I am sure hot head Todd, had a huge smile on his face. The Chiefs could have used some Haley fire today, because they looked comatose.Spiller and the Bills sliced and diced the high-draft-pick defensive line of the Chiefs.Meanwhile on defense, Mario Williams and the expensive Bills' defensive line disrupted the Chiefs' offense, causing multiple turnovers.Head coach Chan Gailey called his offense perfectly even though Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick wasn’t in rhythm until later in the second half.If you want to pick a hero in this game it has to go to Spiller. The guy ran with some passion. He also saw the holes his offensive l...
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After the Bills were mauled by the New York Jets in week one, Buffalo bounced back with a huge win over the lowly Kansas City Chiefs, 35-17.
The Bills played their game, which evidently is a healthy serving of CJ Spiller, mixed with a side of Ryan Fitzpatrick. Spiller was stellar for the second straight week, rushing for 123 yards and two touchdowns. He also contributed to the...
Bills tailback C.J. Spiller steamrolled over the Chiefs in a 35-17 win on Sunday. He finished the game with 123 rushing yards and another 47 yards receiving.Fantasy Spin:Spiller looks like the steal of the fantasy draft so far. Through two games, the former Clemson standout has three rushing touchdowns and 292 yards on the ground. That's an average of 146 yards per contest. He...
1.) C.J. Spiller is a Bona Fide Superstar.The Bills raised some eyebrows when they took Spiller ninth overall in the 2010 draft despite already having a backfield that included Marshawn Lynch and Fred Jackson.The concerns seemed warranted after Spiller racked up just 667 yards from scrimmage (rushing and receiving) and 3 total TDs in his first 24 games as a member of the Bills....
Just in case you didn’t know, C.J. Spiller leads the NFL in rushing with 292 yards on only 29 carries.
After taking over for an injured Fred Jackson just as he did at the end of 2011, he’s taking advantage of the opportunity.
Fred Jackson had tears in his eyes as he headed to the locker room in Week 1. His hard work and dedication has always done him well, but after working so...
C.J. Spiller scored twice and had 123 yards rushing in sparking the Buffalo Bills' 35-17 rout over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
Ryan Fitzpatrick threw two touchdown passes, including a 49-yarder to Stevie Johnson, and Leodis McKelvin scored on an 88-yard punt return - the second longest in team history - in the Bills' home opener. Buffalo's high-priced defense had...
When Buffalo Bills star running back Fred Jackson broke his leg in Buffalo’s week 11 game against Miami in 2011, media and fans had no idea what the team had in backup running back C.J. Spiller. However, he went on to show flashes of greatness by running for 446 yards on 86 carries, which equals to just about 5.2 yards per carry.
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Talkamania 18 is here. I'm joined by The Scizz from Dear God, Why Us? Sports to review Bills/Chiefs. We talk about CJ Spiller becoming a star, tailgating, the defense and Fitzpatrick managing games. We also talk about the possibility of adding another Toronto game. Enjoy.
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ORCHARD PARK -- The Buffalo Bills relied on the hot running and receiving of C.J. Spiller and a defense that finally lived up to the hype to rout the Kansas City Chiefs, 35-17, at soldout Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday. Spiller rushed for 123 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries and caught three passes for 47 yards as the Bills (1-1) rebounded from last week's crushing loss...
The Bills beat the Chiefs 35-17.
I’d like to take a moment to thank the Buffalo Bills for saving me a lot of time and money on therapy. Technically, it’s the least they could do, since they were the reason for my impending self-imposed intervention/treatment. CJ Spiller’s glorious 123 yards and two TDs, Fitz’s nerve-wracking 34 yards rushing, Leodis McKelvin’s 88-yard...
After a horrible week one performance saw the Bills fall to the Jets 48-28, Buffalo returns to action this week ready to take on the Kansas City Chiefs. The last time the two teams faced off versus one another, the Bills had their way with the Chiefs as they won 41-7 in their season opener last year. The Bills hope to do the same on Sunday as they look to improve to 1-1.
After being called a bust two years ago, CJ Spiller is evolving into a great running back. (Credit: David Eulitt, Kansas City Star)
Now that we have 2 weeks of fantasy football play in the books, we can get a more definitive look at every player and have multiple games to rely on as evidence of future contributions.
Nothing could have been a better cure for the Bills’ woes than...
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- There was a lot of head-scratching when the Buffalo Bills used the No. 9 overall pick in the 2010 NFL draft on C.J. Spiller. With Fred Jackson and Marshawn Lynch already on the depth chart and a roster full of questions to answer, running back seemed to be the last position Buffalo needed to address. Two games into Spiller’s third season, no one is scratching...
What did we learn from week one? There were a lot of unknowns coming into the loss against the Denver Broncos. We learned that the Steelers have a larger variety of weapons than Todd Haley has ever dealt with before and he had problems getting everyone involved. We learned, well at least I did, that [...]
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The Pittsburgh Steelers’ 27-10 win was a needed one on many levels even in just week two of the National Football League season. While my rants of the last few seasons have probably been well-balanced between my loathing for the offense and the lack of pressure and creativity by the defense, today I’m singing some praises. And I stress, ‘some.’
I really believe what we saw...
I should be happy about yesterday's game, right? The Bills trash the Chiefs and CJ Spiller is making the rounds nationally on Jim Rome and other media platforms. It was a great day to be a Bills fan. However, I'm not happy. I'm in a pissed off mood. Really? Another Toronto regular season game? UGH
I'm sick and tired of writing about the Bills/Toronto experiment...