Neither of the Bills running backs has managed to make a big splash this season, as they each detract from each other’s upside. This is also complicated by the fact that quarterback Josh Allen has roughly the same amount of carries on the season as both members of this backfield. The Bills have been getting the job done through the air as well, thus limiting valuable goal line rushing opportunities. Can either of these backs overcome the aforementioned obstacles and earn a place in your lineup for a Week 3 match-up with a favorable Rams run defense? We break down the fantasy implications below.
Fantasy Football analysis: Bills RBs Devin Singletary
Devin Singletary has demonstrated a decent floor in weeks one and two, as he had 9 carries in Week 1 for 30 yards while adding five receptions for 23 yards for a total of 10.3 points. In Week 2 he had 10 carries for 56 yards and two receptions for 20 yards to finish with 9.6 points. This week, rookie running back Zack Moss is out, which should help secure a slightly bigger workload for the second-year back. His usage in the passing game should remain good, while he may see a few more touches in the red zone
Fantasy Start/Sit Recommendation
Start Devin Singletary as a RB2/flex