Round 3, 86th overall: Zack Moss
In the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills selected running back Zack Moss out of the University of Utah.
It has been quite some time since the Bills have had a running back tandem that has seen the success of Thurman Thomas and Kenneth Davis. As the NFL moves towards the “running back by committee” approach, the Bills followed suit. Drafting Devin Singletary out of FAU last year and now adding Moss this season has the potential to see the Bills backfield reclaim their glory. The combination of the two also mimics that of the 1990 Bills teams as both backs bring a different style of play.
Singletary will most likely remain the Bills featured back as he is everything that an NFL running back is. He is shifty, speedy and hard to bring down. Combine that with the hard-nosed, downhill, in your face running style of Moss and the Bills have a back for every situation they might face in 2020. Where they two share a common trait, is with their ability to catch the ball. Last season, Singletary reeled in 29 receptions for 194 yards with the Bills while Moss recorded 28 reception for 388 yards in college.
Given the type of offense the Bills ran last year, there is no reason not to believe that these two backs cannot live in harmony and win a couple of games in the process.