Sunday, September 14, 2014

Spiller on Bills' Clemson tandem: 'That's what we do'


The Buffalo Bills' elusive pair of Clemson products--C.J. Spiller and Sammy Watkins--made its presence felt in a 29-10 romp of the rival Miami Dolphins Sunday.

The veteran tailback Spiller ran back a kickoff return 102 yards for a touchdown in the third quarter, and the rookie wideout Watkins added a score of his own on a 12-yard reception from EJ Manuel later in the stanza.

Watkins' score was set up by a 47-yard run by Spiller. Watkins had a coming-out party with 117 yards receiving on eight catches.

"Yeah, that's what we do," Spiller said after the game, via the AP. "The only thing I was thinking was, 'Man, what we could've done if we played together in college.'"

Buffalo improved to 2-0 on the season with the win.

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