Bills' C.J. Spiller: 'This Is Not A One Man Show'

After torching the New York Jets in Week 1, C.J. Spiller continued his solid start to the season with another big game against the Kansas City Chiefs. His two touchdowns were a career high and the former first round pick also got his third ever 100+ yard game on the ground. The Bills ended up winning the game 35-17, and the game wasn't as close as the scoreline would indicate with Buffalo putting backups in by the fourth quarter.

In the post-game press conference, C.J. made sure to stress that even though he has been the shining star of the offense so far, it's going to take a complete team effort if the Bills are to go far this season:

We have great character on this team. This not a one-man show. It is going to take all 53 guys. Everybody did that today. I was very pleasing to get the home opener win.

Kansas City might disagree with the one-man show comment after the way that Spiller tortured them throughout the first half of the loss on Sunday.

For more on the Chiefs, be sure to visit Arrowhead Pride. Additional coverage on the Bills can be found at Buffalo Rumblings, while SB Nation's NFL hub is the place to go for all of your pro football needs.

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