C.J. Spiller: "If you're not hungry, I don't want to play with you"

Posted Nov 13, 2013

The Bills running back talks about getting off to a good start against the Jets, getting in a groove despite his injury, and his involvement in the pass game.

RB C.J. Spiller

Wednesday November 13, 2013

Q: How frustrated are you with the way it’s gone?
A: Any time you lose a game you get frustrated. It’s a new week and I’ve just got to prepare to try to win the game on Sunday.

Q: Coach Marrone said your lack of snaps was just game plan, we find it hard to believe that you wouldn’t be a bigger part of the game plan. Do you?

A: I don’t know, I just go in when I’m told to go in the game.

Q: Where are you with that? After Coach Hackett saying he was going to run you a lot and you haven’t really run that much?
A: I’m just frustrated that we’re on the three game losing streak. I’m not frustrated with the amount that I touch. I’m just sick and tired of the losing.

Q: Their run defense looks improved from the first time. How do you get better against them right out of the gate?

A: Just have to take what they give you. Their game plan last time we played them was they wanted me to bounce outside, so I’m going to do a good job of going back and studying that game tonight and see what they’ve done to try to do a great job of containing me and see what I can do differently. That was the first time. This is a totally different team than what we faced. Number one ranked defense and their rush defense is really good so it’s going to be a tough game. These guys are physical and they pride themselves on being physical. We have to be able to be ready to match their intensity.