Running Back/Fullback (4)
The Buffalo Bills will enter the 2020 season with the two-headed monster that is Devin Singletary and Zack Moss. The Bills selected both running backs in the third round of consecutive years of the NFL Draft and the expectation is that these two should handle almost all of the workload from the backfield.
While the styles are slightly different, with Singletary being the shifty, elusive back and Moss as more of the power, between the tacklers runner, both are good pass catchers out of the backfield. This is why the Bills will likely be able to release T.J. Yeldon as they get closer to the start of the year.
Yeldon never really got a chance to contribute last year and was usually inactive or buried behind Frank Gore on the depth chart. The fact that he likely wouldn’t see many snaps and a player like Taiwan Jones can contribute on special teams is why he gets the nod here.