With Zack Moss‘s addition to the Buffalo Bills this offseason, many have forgotten how good of a running back Devin Singletary has the ability to be. On Sunday against an Aaron Donald-led Los Angeles Rams defense, Singletary reminded them.
Moss’ addition certainly has provided them with some quality play in third-down situations and in the screen/swing pass game. With him being out against the Rams, Singletary was given nearly all the reps at running back. Similar to last season when placed as the primary back instead of a complimentary like he was when Singletary split time with the ageless wonder that is Frank Gore, Singletary performed.
Rushing for 71 yards on the day, often picking up chunks on critical downs, the Bills’ offensive success can be narrowed down to the impact Singletary and the run game made. With him and T.J. Yeldon being able to run against the Rams front four for 101 yards, Josh Allen was able to air out the ball in play-action which allowed him to have another 300+ yard passing day.
It is not yet determined how long Zack Moss will be out, but if there is anything the offense can take away from today’s performance, it should be to give Singletary the ball more often.