5. Running Back
The Bills are set at the running back position for at least the next three years with a dynamic duo of Devin Singletary and rookie Zack Moss. Brandon Beane has managed this group tremendously having both Singletary and Moss on cheap rookie contracts during the next few crucial years for this franchise.
Singletary had a tremendous rookie season for Buffalo, compiling 775 yards rushing alongside 2 touchdowns and adding 29 receptions for 194 yards and 2 touchdowns. At 5.1 yards per carry Singletary was reliable in picking up consistent yards whenever he would get the ball, he also showed he is reliable as a pass catcher out of the backfield.
Moss had an outstanding college career with Utah, compiling three straight 1,000 yard seasons. Moss won’t beat you with his pure speed but he will wear down a defense with his physical running style which is a perfect compliment to Singletary’s elusive running style.
Buffalo also has T.J. Yeldon who didn’t provide much with only 63 yards on the ground. He will have to make the team on special teams ability which isn’t his calling card. Patrick DiMarco is expected to beat out his competition in undrafted free agent Reggie Gilliam.
Taiwan Jones was once again brought in by the Buffalo Bills after spending one year with the Texans, he is great on special teams and could play in Senorise Perry‘s role from last year. Antonio Williams and Christian Wade are looking like potential practice squad members with a slim chance of making the final roster.