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Running Back, Buffalo Bills

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Draft: 2012 Round 7 (22)
College: Kansas State
DOB: 1991-05-14 Age: 23
RB Rank Tier ADP-12
#86 8 -

Season Stats
FF Today Default Scoring: Review Scoring
  RushingReceiving Fantasy
Season Team G GS Att Yard Avg TDTarget Rec Yard Avg TD FFPts FFPts/G
2012 BUF 16 0 115 564 4.9 4 19 13 56 4.3 0 86.0 5.4
2012 (Projected) BUF     36 154 4.3 0   2 15 7.5 0 16.9  

2014 Outlook
Depth Chart
Philadelphia burned a 7th round pick to acquire Brown, a Kansas State product who will need to show some increased maturity in order to make the Eagles roster. Brown would have been taken much higher based on his size and ability but has barely played in two seasons. At 6’0” and 223 pounds, he brings some size to the running back position for the Eagles but that hasn’t been a key concern for Andy Reid with respect to running backs. With 2nd year player Dion Lewis having done little and fellow rookie Carlos Polk a health risk, Brown has a chance to emerge as LeSean McCoy’s backup in 2012. Monitor this situation in training camp.

Fan. Tm. Player
RB1RB2 C.J. Spiller
RB2RB1 Fred Jackson
RB3RB3 Anthony Dixon
RB4RB4 Bryce Brown
RB5FB1 Frank Summers
Bills Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Spiller to average 20 touches?     -- Mon Jul 14 4:20 pm --

Bills less concerned about RB depth in 2014
The bell cow in this quartet, however, is still expected to be C.J. Spiller. After spending a year working with Spiller and understanding where he really excels and how diversified his game can be, OC Nathaniel Hackett is confident he can maximize Spiller’s talents for the offense. And now with an extra pair of backs (as well as Fred Jackson) he can freely maneuver Spiller to any position on the field. If the offense is operating at peak efficiency, Spiller is likely to touch the ball 20 times a game, they just won’t all be carries out of the backfield. (BuffaloBills.com)

FF Today's Take: Hackett famously claimed that Spiller would get the ball "until he throws up" last season, so skepticism is natural. However, the additions of Bryce Brown and Anthony Dixon may allow Hackett to use Spiller liberally in his up-tempo attack, especially now that his ankle is no longer an issue. It is unlikely Spiller will average 20 touches per game in such a deep backfield, but he should have no problems leading the group by a wide margin if he can stay healthy.

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