(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.)By MARK LUDWICZAKAssociated Press
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) - C.J. Spiller insists that he is not concerned about his lack of opportunities in the Buffalo Bills' offense since returning to full health.
The running back has struggled to find his form this season as he works his way back from a high ankle sprain. He was a non-factor in Buffalo's 23-10 loss to Pittsburgh on Sunday with just eight carries for 23 yards and is splitting time with veteran Fred Jackson in the backfield.
Much more was expected from Spiller leading up to the season. The 26-year-old established himself as one of the NFL's top young running backs last year when he ran for 1,244 yards and became only the seventh player to finish a season with an average of six yards or more per carry.