For those who thought C.J. Spiller didn't get nearly enough carries for the Bills last season, no need to be concerned with that going into the 2013 campaign. The Bills have made it clear that Spiller is going to be a focal point of their offense, and they don't even care if the entire football world knows it. 

Spiller had his first 1,000-plus yard rushing season in 2012, and so far, he's improved consistently in his three NFL seasons. The Bills still feel like they can get more out of the 25-year-old running back. 

Buffalo offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett said on Wednesday that essentially, Spiller's going to get the ball until he can't stand it anymore. 

"It's real simple," Hackett told WGR-AM. "We're going to give him the ball until he throws up. So he's either got to tap out or throw up on the field. Let's just put it that way."

And so the entire league is on notice.