ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) - Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller isn't going to second-guess the offensive game plan or start lobbying for more carries because that, he says, is not his job description.
Turns out, the NFL's leader in yards per carry doesn't need to stir the pot, because others were doing that for him Monday.
Coach Chan Gailey was on the defensive answering questions of why he abandoned the run in favor of a passing attack that ultimately lacked finish in a 21-9 loss at Houston on Sunday.
The Bills (3-5) attempted a season-low 16 runs - and only five in the second half - while the Ryan Fitzpatrick-led passing game lacked finish in settling for field goals. Buffalo has lost four of five and plays at New England (5-3) this weekend.

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