C.J. Spilller injury update: Bills RB says knee is still sore

Rick Stewart

Buffalo's star running back is not feeling 100 percent yet after tough game.

Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller came out of Sunday's 27-20 loss against the New York Jets with a knee injury, and said after the game that he was still sore, according to the team's official Twitter.

ESPN's Adam Schefter says it's the thigh of Spiller, not his knee which is hurt. He also believes Spiller will be ready to play next week versus the Baltimore Ravens.

Spiller had one of his worst days before leaving for good in the second half, gaining a meager nine yards on 10 carries before exiting the game.The former Clemson star did not seem to be badly hurt, walking to the locker room under his own power at MetLife Stadium.

Fred Jackson took over the main workload and took care of business, picking up 72 yards on seven attempts.

Spiller came into the season with many pundits calling for a breakout season, but so far things have not gone according to plan. Through three games, Spiller has 153 yards on 43 carries and is still searching for his first touchdown.

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