BY NICK ST. DENIS
Fred Jackson was the Buffalo Bills' best player last season before going down to a season-ending injury. C.J. Spiller filled in admirably for the remainder of the year.
Jackson was injured again in Week 1 of 2012, opening the door for Spiller, who led the NFL in rushing after two weeks. Spiller again looked good in Week 3 but acquired an injury of his own.
With Spiller possibly out for at least a week and Jackson possibly returning in Week 4, the Bills' running back situation is easier to decide, for now. But how about when Spiller and Jackson finally return to action at the same time, both healthy?
Is Spiller's work through two and a half weeks enough to give him the outright primary job, or does Jackson's overall workload during the last few years, and maybe a decent game in the coming weeks, make Jackson the default No. 1 like he was at the start of the season?
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