Tonawanda News


August 3, 2012

Playing with options



Spiller is also getting more time in pass situations. On Thursday, he sneaked out of the backfield and found himself wide open in catching a pass in the right flats.

Gailey has stuck with his plan to share the load so far. Jackson and Spiller have both been getting near-equal practice time, runs and catches with the starters in team drills.

And Gailey hasn’t ruled out coming up with a rotation or even having them line up in the backfield at the same time once the season begins.

“I don’t want one of them standing over by me too much (on the sideline), because they’re both such good players,” Gailey said.

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