ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -- The only thing C.J. Spiller was running out of in Buffalo was the patience needed to answer the near-weekly round of questions of why he wasn't more involved in the Bills' offense.
Spiller should get accustomed to hearing his No. 28 called far more often over the final three games.
That's because "Spiller Time" has finally arrived after co-starting running back Fred Jackson was placed on the season-ending injured reserve Tuesday because of a sprained right knee.
Spiller doesn't enjoy the circumstances behind why he'll be getting more playing time. And yet, he's up to the challenge as Buffalo (5-8) prepares to "host" the Seattle Seahawks (8-5) at Toronto on Sunday.