Though the Buffalo Bills won a tight game over the Cleveland Browns Sunday by a score of 24-14 and moved to 2-1 on the season, it wasn't all happy endings for head coach Chan Gailey's squad.
The NFL's leading rusher after two weeks and midway through Week 3, C.J. Spiller went down with a shoulder injury that immediately gave the impression that it could be serious.
Spiller still had his impact on the game, grabbing a receiving touchdown off a great catch-and-run to go along with 58 total yards. Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick controlled the game and kept the lead on his side for much of the game, and threw three touchdowns in the process.
The Browns slid to 0-3 after the contest, and rookie running back Trent Richardson was far from effective as he rushed 12 times for 27 yards and 24 yards receiving to go along with his own score.
Brandon Weeden threw two picks and gave the Bills enough confidence to sustain long drives and pick up the victory.