The performance of speedy Titans running back Chris Johnson in his first two seasons surely made the Bills more willing to spend the ninth overall pick in the 2010 draft on another C.J.
And while it’s taken C.J. Spiller a while to get rolling, he’s rolling now.
With 292 yards in 29 carries, Spiller is the first man since Jim Brown in 1963 to average more than 10 yards per attempt through two games. And Spiller joined PFT Live on Monday to discuss his hot start — and whether it will continue.
I also asked the new CJ2K whether he’s faster than the original CJ2K. I could tell you what Spiller said, but then that wouldn’t be a very good tease, would it?