C.J. Spiller joined some limited company in Bills history with his kick return TD and receiving touchdown in Sunday’s game.
C.J. Spiller became only the second Bills player ever to have a receiving TD and KOR TD in the same game. The first was Charley Warner, 12/19/65 against the NY Jets.
Spiller is the sixth Bills player to have a multi-TD game involving a KOR TD. Below is a list of the other five.
Charley Warner, 1 rec. & 1 KOR, 12/19/65 at N.Y.J.
Max Anderson, 1 rush & 1 KOR, 9/22/68 vs. Cin.
O.J. Simpson, 1 rush & 1 KOR, 10/4/70 vs. N.Y.J.
Greg Jones, 1 rush & 1 KOR, 11/1/70 at Bos.
Terrence McGee, 1 INT & 1 KOR, 12/24/05 at Cin.
C.J. Spiller, 1 rec. & 1 KOR, 9/26/10 at N.E.
Spiller also became the first Bills rookie/first-year player with a multi-TD game since Willis McGahee (first year), 1/2/05 vs. Pit.
The last true rookie with a multi-TD game was Lee Evans, 12/26/04 at San Francisco.
Tags: C.J. Spiller, Terrence McGee
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