Chiefs Vs. Bills, Week 2: C.J. Spiller Stars In Romp

The Buffalo Bills flipped the script after a blowout loss in Week 1, manhandling the Kansas City Chiefs 35-17 in a game that wasn't as close as the scoreline indicated.

Although the Bills held the Chiefs to only three points for over 50 minutes, the story of the day for many - including Bills blogger Matt Warren of Buffalo Rumblings - was C.J. Spiller, who had his second straight 100-yard day in the absence of starting running back Fred Jackson. From Buffalo Rumblings:

Spiller had his second career day in as many weeks, becoming just the fourth player in Buffalo Bills history to tally back-to-back 100-yard games to start a season. He racked up 123 yards on 15 carries with two touchdowns. Spiller's vision and patience were on display and he set up blocks, allowing him to repeatedly pick up extra yards.

The Bills forced three turnovers while committing none, and now don't look so bad heading into a matchup against the lowly Cleveland Browns.

For more on the Bills, head over to Buffalo Rumblings.

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