Buffalo Bills Offseason Preview: Running Backs
NFL Draft Targets
The Buffalo Bills used a third round pick on Devin Singletary a season ago and with few glaring holes on the roster, it wouldn’t be surprising to see the team use another high draft pick at the position.
The same question still remains from the previous section and the direction will be determined by the role Singletary will assume in this offense. If the team wants to add a back to share the workload, they could look at Wisconsin’s Jonathan Taylor, Ohio State’s J.K. Robbins or Florida’s Lamical Perine.
If they want to add a change of pace back, a late round prospect that could be interesting is Arizona’s J.J. Taylor. The former Wildcat had 721 rushing yards but also 32 receptions for 289 receiving yards.
The Buffalo Bills took a risk at the start of the year by releasing LeSean McCoy and going with Devin Singletary. That risk paid off and the focus this offseason should be to strength the position, which will only help this offense and Josh Allen.