ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) --Bills running back Marshawn Lynch is back after serving a three-game NFL-imposed suspension, confident he's capable of making up for lost time.
Still the same old me,'' Lynch said.Ain't going to change.''
The circumstances, however, may have changed in Buffalo's backfield as the Bills (1-2) prepare to play at Miami (0-3) this weekend.
In Lynch's absence, the Bills running attack didn't lose a step behind Fred Jackson, who proved to be the offense's most valuable player through September.
Lynch, who is close with Jackson, is the first to stress that he's impressed and pleased with how Jackson performed. Lynch also says he doesn't care whether he's considered the team's No. 1 running back.