Brady, Revis, Marshall ... Spiller?

Ryen Russillo presented an idea that stopped me in my tracks.

At the end of my visit with Russillo on the "Scott Van Pelt Show," in which we discussed all sorts of AFC East topics Thursday afternoon, he wanted to talk about the best player on each club.

His first three were easy: Darrelle Revis for the New York Jets, Tom Brady for the New England Patriots and Brandon Marshall for the Miami Dolphins.

Then we got to the Buffalo Bills.

Russillo proposed their best player is somebody who hasn't played an NFL snap and isn't even under contract: rookie running back C.J. Spiller.

Did I agree?

Well, I think I might.

One of the biggest jokes every summer among Bills fans is wondering if punter Brian Moorman will have the team's highest Madden rating. Moorman has the team's only 90 rating in "Madden 11."

The other candidates would be receiver Lee Evans and safety Jairus Byrd.

Spiller, however, might be Buffalo's best already. The mere possibility is unfortunate.