As we profiled on the home page of Buffalobills.com this morning, the Bills run game appears to have finally found a happy medium in dividing the work between Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller. It’s something that has Texans head coach Gary Kubiak a bit concerned heading into Sunday’s game.
“It’s a tough run game too because it’s not your conventional, I back. They spread the field, a lot of motions, a lot of the three wides, four wides, and then here comes the run game and two very good players with (C.J.) Spiller with the big play,” said Kubiak. “You’re very concerned about that so we’re really having to show our defense a different picture. (QB) Case (Keenum) is very much a part of our practice this week trying to get the look that we need. That’s a tough thing for us to adjust to but that’s part of it.”
One area where Buffalo’s run game is superior to that of Houston’s is in average yards per carry. The Bills rank third in the league averaging 5.3 yards per carry. The Texans rank 18th averaging 4.0.
Tags: C.J. Spiller, Fred Jackson, Gary Kubiak
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