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C.J. Spiller injures knee in Bills' loss to N.Y. Jets

The Buffalo Bills lost C.J. Spiller to injury on Sunday.

The running back exited the Bills27-20 loss against the New York Jets due to a knee injury. Spiller was seen limping to the locker room, his leg in a wrap, during the early part of the fourth quarter.

Spiller managed just nine yards on 10 carries before exiting the game. Fred Jackson took over in Buffalo's backfield, busting a 59-yard run and playing well in the team's defeat.

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