Bills head coach Chan Gailey was asked if he had any concern about C.J. Spiller’s mental state after his fumble on a kick return Sunday led to a Baltimore touchdown that cut Buffalo’s first half lead from 11 to four.
“I think we had several of our players go up to him and say something to him,” said Gailey in reference to what happened shortly after the fumble. “They were able to keep his head on straight. He’s been around football a long time and he understands one play doesn’t make or break a season. But it was important to him, it hurt him. He knows it was important to the team. But I think that he’ll learn from it and hopefully be better as time goes on.”
Spiller is currently 5th in the AFC in kick return average (26.1).
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