Buffalo Bills Daily Roundup: Devin Singletary, human spark plug
By Randy Gurzi
The Buffalo Bills Daily Roundup brings you all the news you need to know including Devin Singletary being hailed as a spark plug for the offense
Buffalo Bills rookie running back Devin Singletary has been playing really well as of late. On Sunday, he was responsible for the majority of the team’s offense.
With most players struggling to get things figured out, Singletary finished with 89 yards on 17 carries and 29 yards on six receptions.
It eas the third game in a row where he had more than 100 yards from scrimmage as he is proving to be well worth the third-round pick used to acquire his services.
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The story about him being the offensive spark plug and more can be found in today’s Daily Roundup.
Buffalo Bills News
Top 3 things we learned from Bills vs. Ravens | Week 14 — Chris Brown, BuffaloBills.com
"“He made some plays for us,” said Josh Allen of the rookie back. “He made some good runs. He made some guys miss. Our guys up front did a good job of opening some good lanes for him. He’s a real threat for us and we’ve got to continue to get him going.”"
Devin Singletary put the team on his back and did all he could to keep them in the game. He deserves a lot of praise as he was one of the few bright spots during an ugly offensive day for the Bills.
‘Too high, too hard and off target’ summarizes Josh Allen vs. Ravens — Jim Kubiak, Buffalo News
"“Allen completed just 17 passes in 39 attempts for a completion percentage of 43%, his lowest percentage of the season and well less than his seasonal standard of 61.5%. He threw for 146 yards and one touchdown, and rushed for a season-low 9 yards on two attempts.”"
Josh Allen has made huge strides this season as a passer but Sunday was not his best performance. It was a reminder that he’s still a work in progress but there’s no reason to get too down on him. Allen can learn from the outing and get better against Pittsburgh next week.
Eric Wood | How the Bills can learn from the Ravens loss and look ahead to the Steelers — Eric Wood, BuffaloBills.com
"“3. Defense proves they can play with anyoneBuffalo’s defense came in and played very disciplined football yesterday. One key to staying in this game was holding the Ravens in the first quarter because they have a plus-75 point differential in the first quarter, the best in the league. They held Baltimore to just a field goal in the first quarter. The defense set the tone early.”"
Buffalo’s defense did all they could to keep their team in the game and they deserve a ton of praise for their work. They proved that they could keep them competitive against any team as the Bills approach the postseason.
Bills studs and duds from Week 14 loss
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