Results have not met expectations thus far for Bills running back C.J. Spiller.
The ninth overall pick in April's draft is halfway through his rookie season with just 150 yards rushing and 81 yards receiving to show for it. He's scored just one touchdown, in Week Three at New England.
Despite those numbers, Bills coach Chan Gailey remains convinced Spiller is going to be a game-changer.
"Unfortunately, with young talented guys like this we all want them to be unbelievably great right off the bat and that's not fair to them. Give the guy a chance to learn," Gailey said. "As I've said 100 times, I think he's going to be a dynamic player for us before it's over with. We've just got to keep getting him in the right spots."
Both Gailey and Spiller admitted it's been a learning process.