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"I can promise you this, we will not make everybody happy," coach Chan Gailey told the Buffalo Bills' official website. "That will not happen this year. The only thing that will make everybody happy is winning. That's what the goal is, to come up with plans that incorporate everybody's abilities that allow us to win. Other than that, I can't predict what's going to happen as far as percentages for their touches."
It's a trend we're seeing across the NFL, with the featured-back role vanishing in favor of a committee of specialized runners. The Bills were at their best when Jackson was used heavily last season, but Spiller was drafted for his versatility, which was on display late in the season.