C.J. Spiller
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By Keith Kraska, Bills Correspondent, Wed, Jul 30th 4:53pm EDT

With Fred Jackson signing a one-year extension, C.J. Spiller is now the only Bills RB not under contract for 2015.

Fantasy Impact: Several questions linger for Spiller: Will the Bills trade him this year? Does he fit the inside running game they want to execute? What's known is that he's healthy after playing most of last year on one wheel, and if the coaches get more creative with him, he could have an explosive season playing for a new contract, in Buffalo or elsewhere.

Breaking Football | Jul 31st
Spiller is a freak but due to health issues his role will have to change. That doesn't mean he's suddenly a scrub, though.
The New York Times | Jul 30th
Seems doomed to share with Jackson forever, but proved in 2012 he can flourish regardless.
Fantasy Sports LR | Jul 30th
Buffalo has flirted with a few backs this season, but I view that as more an intention to replace Fred Jackson (long term) than I do to take opportunities from Spiller.
FFLockerRoom | Jul 30th
I'm still a huge believer in C.J. and hopefully this is the year he pays off for his owners. But Fred Jackson is lurking and still proved to be a valuable player on the field.
Razzball | Jul 26th
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Win My Fantasy League | Jul 26th
CJ Spiller has ton of talent but does not seem capable of being a feature back and will compete for snaps with the ageless Fred Jackson and Bryce Brown who was brought in from Philly. Spiller has more value in PPR formats as the Bills will attempt to utilize Spiller is space to play to his strengths.
Breaking Football | Jul 22nd
C.J. Spiller is one of the most mysterious fantasy football values of 2014.  He burned owners badly in 2013 as a top-5 pick only to end up finishing as the 26th best RB in fantasy football.  Spiller was so terrible he was actually dropped in a large portion of fantasy leagues, which is nearly unheard of for your first round pick.  Spiller was a total bust in 2013.  He allowed O...
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
He didn't find the end-zone enough last year and has been battling with injuries. He has incredible upside if you are willing to gamble but make sure you have some back-up options.
FantasyOMatic | Jul 21st
The Bills' site calls Spiller the "bell cow" in a quartet also involving Fred Jackson, Bryce Brown and Anthony Dixon.
4for4.com | Jul 16th
It’s a slow time in the world of the NFL, where news continues to trickle out of camps at a slow pace about almost anything that could make for an interesting headline. Injuries have been relatively quiet so far, which is always great this time of year, and hopefully that trend will continue as training camps get into full swing. With that be...
FantasySharks | Jul 16th
C.J. Spiller dazzles. Spiller can illuminate defensive backfields like a Fourth of July fireworks extravaganza. Spiller has moved past the legend of workout wonder where combine numbers get retold and rebuilt into tales of monsters and dragon slayers, where physical feats inspire for ages. So where do we draft Spiller and how do we catch this exhilarating talent?
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
A high ankle sprain and the unexpected strong play of Fred Jackson contributed to Spiller having just 201 carries for 927 yards and two touchdowns. I cannot justify giving him the second overall ranking I gave him in 2013, but I think he will have a bounce back 2014 season.
Rotoprofessor | Jul 15th
According to the Buffalo Bills’ official website (click here for the article): “If the offense is operating at peak efficiency Spiller is likely to touch the ball 20 times a game, they just won’t all be carries out of the backfield.” Thoughts: While that statement
EDSFootball | Jul 14th
One year after his breakout 2012 season, the plan for Bills running back C.J. Spiller was "to give him the ball until he throws up" in 2013. It was fantasy owners that used an early-to-mid first-round draft pick on Spiller, however, that were sick to their stomachs last season. Even though the team traded for Bryce Brown and added Anthony Dixon to the duo of Fred Jackson and Spiller, the tea...
Breaking Football | Jul 14th
Every year fantasy owners leave their draft having little doubt in their mind as to who drafted the best team. Them, of course. Yes, all 12 teams in the league somehow drafted the best team. In 2013, many of those owners drafted a player like C.J. Spiller (i.e. Doug Martin, Ray Rice, Trent Richardson) with their first round selection. Spiller was a player with plenty of talent and upside and seeme...
ESPN | Jun 24th
Trent Richardson and C.J. Spiller are coming off disappointing 2013 seasons; which one should you own in 2014?