"Of course I want to touch the ball more, but there's no need for me to sit around and mope and groan and do all that stuff," Spiller said, via the Buffalo News. "That's high school. That's childish. That's not what I'm all about.
"Is the frustration there? Yeah, deep down inside your gut as a competitor, yeah it's there, but there's nothing I can do about it, so I'm not going to sit around and pout."
Gailey seemingly has had to answer the same question after every loss: Why aren't you riding one of the best running backs in the NFL?