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Spiller Makes It 34-10, Bills On Top

Matt Warren is Associate Director of NFL coverage for SB Nation and previously covered the Bills for Buffalo Rumblings for more than a decade.

Several shots on television and tweets from media members have discussed how unhappy C.J. Spiller looked on the sidelines as the Bills leaned on Fred Jackson in today's game. After his last run, Spiller might be a little happier.

Spiller took a hand-off at the Jaguars' 44-yard line and when he found no room on the left, cut it back to the left side and took it to the house fighting off two defenders inside the 15. Spiller did most of the work by himself as the safety and defensive end crashed to the defensive left side where the play was designed to go. Wide receiver T.J. Graham got just enough of his cornerback to give Spiller the lane to pay dirt.

With the long touchdown, Buffalo is up 34-10 with a lot of time left in the fourth. Jacksonville's offense has been pretty poor all day and the Bills have this game all but wrapped up.