C.J. Spiller, Fred Jackson to rotate every 2 series: Fantasy implications

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C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson will switch off in the backfield every two series when the Bills take on the Titans this week. We break down the fantasy implications.

C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson will switch off at running back every two series when the Buffalo Bills play the Tennessee Titans this week, Spiller told the Bills' official site. The two started using the rotation during Week 5 against the San Francisco 49ers.

"We thought it would be best if we did two series so that is what we have done these last two games," Spiller said. "We will continue to do that. If they want us in on certain plays, the coaching staff will do that but as far as me and Fred are concerned, we think two to three series each is better because it kind of keeps everybody fresh."

Fantasy Impact: Spiller has been the much more effective back this season, and that isn't a knock on Jackson. Few in the league can legitimately match Spiller's dynamism. Expect the timeshare to continue in Buffalo, however. The pair seem to be very comfortable sharing the spotllight.

Both Jackson and Spiller are worthy Flex considerations with the right matchup, and this week's game against the Titans could certainly prove fruitful. Either one would be a legitimate RB1/RB2 if he had the starting job to himself, but alas.

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