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Buffalo Bills Full Position Breakdown and Depth Chart Analysis at Running Back

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Buffalo Bills Full Position Breakdown and Depth Chart Analysis at Running Back
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After working mostly with just Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller last year, the Buffalo Bills deepened their running back depth chart this offseason.

The Bills signed former 49er Anthony Dixon in free agency in March and traded for the Eagles' Bryce Brown during draft weekend; now, the Bills have four capable backs to help keep the league's second-ranked rushing attack rolling along.

No one in the NFL ran the ball more than the Bills last season, so it's safe to assume that trend will continue in 2014. Bringing in Dixon and Brown makes it clear that the Bills want to avoid running Spiller and Jackson into the ground.

So let's break down the Bills' newfound depth at running back. We'll work backward from the end of the depth chart to the top options. Since Jackson and Spiller are both given a starter's role, we will consider them co-starters in this breakdown.

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