The Bills have an enviable problem on their hands: two talented running backs, one football. Before Jackson fractured his fibula in November, the fifth-year back produced six 100-yard games and 31 of the Bills' 60 big plays on offense. With Jackson sidelined, the Bills weren't the same team, but C.J. Spiller bloomed, with five touchdowns over the final five games. The Bills are committed to getting both backs on the field this season. "I can promise you this, we will not make everybody happy," HC Chan Gailey told the Bills' official website. Reported by NFL.com
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Gailey continued: "That will not happen this year. The only thing that will make everybody happy is winning. That's what the goal is, to come up with plans that incorporate everybody's abilities that allow us to win. Other than that, I can't predict what's going to happen as far as percentages for their touches. ..." After talking to multiple daily observers of the team, we still believe Jackson is the team's best back. But his value is going to take a Spiller-related hit. And that's not necessarily a bad thing for bargain-hunting Fantasy owners.