C.J. Spiller breaks 100 yards in Week 12 loss: Fantasy Implications

Matthew Stockman

Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller broke the century mark on Sunday. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller put up a good effort in his team's Week 12 loss. On Sunday versus the Indianapolis Colts, Spiller carried 14 times for 107 yards.

Spiller was held out of the end zone in a game where points were at a premium. Even though Fred Jackson was active, Spiller still got the bulk of the workload.

Fantasy Analysis: Between him and Fred Jackson, Spiller has been the more dynamic of the two. He surpassed the 100-yard mark on only 14 carries on Sunday.

Spiller does have a defined role in this offense, and is highly productive when he gets his hands on the football. Consider C.J. Spiller a top-end flex option in most fantasy formats.

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