ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) - The Bills had the day off Tuesday, which gives C.J. Spiller another chance to rest his sprained ankle.
That ankle injury has dramatically decreased his on-field production the last couple weeks. Against Miami, he carried the ball just six times for 11 yards.
The Bills still have four more games before they reach the bye week, leaving Spiller little time for a true rest period. As long as he can play, though, Bills Head Coach Doug Marrone says he has enough game-breaking potential for the Bills to keep giving him the ball.
"We’re looking at the production, seeing if he’s getting better and not putting him out there in jeopardy," said Marrone. "Yes, him being out there, he can produce. You look at Cleveland, the run against Cleveland, the run even the other day that he bounces outside and takes it up the sideline. Not very many people can do that. That’s the one thing we’re trying to balance the whole time."
The Bills are at New Orleans this Sunday at 1pm.
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