“As far as me and Fred are concerned, we think two to three series each is better because it kind of keeps everybody fresh,” Spiller said, via BuffaloBills.com. “I am always keeping an eye on him and making sure that he is good.”
Spiller said that switching after every series did not allow him to get into a rhythm, so this strategy would allow him to focus on being more productive. The Bills are in a pretty decent position regarding their backfield, but this is hardly the type of news that fantasy owners would like to hear. Against the Cardinals last weekend, Spiller saw 30 snaps compared to Jackson’s 40.