C.J. Spiller
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Fantasy Football Empire | Sep 3rd
Unless there is an injury to Mark Ingram, I don’t see C.J. Spiller more than an RB3, but he does have more value in Points Per Reception (PPR) leagues. New Orleans led the NFL in RB receptions with 132, but a bulk came from Pierre Thomas and Travis Cadet, who are no longer with the team.
Yahoo! Sports | Sep 3rd
70+ catch RBs have been commonplace under HC Sean Payton - NO has led NFL in RB catches in 7 of Payton's 9 years in NO. Expect Stiller to be a PPR monster
Breaking Football | Sep 3rd
Spiller is still a freak with awesome upside, and with the Saints he could have the touches he needs to be the best we've seen yet. Has more value in PPR leagues.
Fantasy Couch | Sep 2nd
Won't be that good in non-PPR leagues. Slightly overrated
RotoBaller | Sep 2nd
I'm ready to buy into the hype.
FFLockerRoom | Sep 2nd
Is Spiller finally in a role that could see him become a stable fantasy asset? At the very least his ADP is far easier to swallow coming off the board after the top 15 RB's
WalterFootball | Sep 2nd
Spiller has a wide variety of fantasy outcomes this season, but that means his ceiling is extremely high, especially in a Sean Payton offense, which loves throwing the ball to running backs.
The NY Times | Sep 2nd
Unlike Buffalo, coach Payton will know how to get the most out of Spiller and his talents, health permitting of course.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Sep 2nd
Spiller should be an excellent flex option with RB2 upside in PPR leagues playing in the running back friendly system of New Orleans. I think the Saints will use him very similarly to how the Saints used RB Darren Sproles in 2011 and Pierre Thomas in 2013.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 31st
We will have to wait and see where Spiller ends up but if in the right situation, I can see a nice bounce-back effort in 2015.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 29th
Splitting time with Mark Ingram, but for PPR leagues he is a RB that could post 750 plus yards and 5 TDs so he makes a nice bye week PPR fill-in RB.
SoCalledFanEx | Aug 20th
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EDSFootball | Aug 15th
New Orleans Saints running back C.J. Spiller had arthroscopic knee surgery on Friday, per ESPN's Adam Schefter, but Spiller is expected to be ready for Week 1. Even if he is back for Week 1 as Schefter tweeted, Spiller could start slowly given the lack of conditioning and work with a new offense leading up to the start of the season. Spiller broke out in 2012 with 1,244 rushing yards on only 207 c...
Razzball | Aug 3rd
What a propaganda piece that Vine of 2014 C.J. Spiller is.  For one thing, it could give the impression the result of the play was a TD.  It wasn't, in fact he scored zero rushing TDs last year.  Instead it was his last snap of 2014.  Yes, that's the play he was injured on.  This sums up why he must be one of the more frustrating running backs to own (I can't say, I've ne...
Yahoo! Sports | Jul 31st
Expect C.J. Spiller and Frank Gore to see a lot more action in the receiving game in their new homes.
Breaking Football | Jul 23rd
Since leaving Clemson for the NFL in 2009, running back C.J Spiller has broken many fantasy football players’ hearts. While Spiller has certainly left some…