Buffalo Bills: 4 players on roster who should be starters in 2021
This past season, Devin Singletary would have been considered the starting running back with him starting all 16 regular season games. However, in the second half of the season the snaps were almost evenly split between Moss and Zack Moss, with the rookie starting to pull ahead slightly.
There was a stretch from Week 8 to Week 14 where Moss played 50% or more in every game but one. That one game came against the San Francisco 49ers when he was benched due to an early fumble.
However, when Moss did get the carries he looked like the better running back between himself and Devin Singletary. He ran with more power but still had some elusiveness to his style. The coaching staff also leaned on him more in key points of the game, like when they were running the clock down against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 14.
The fact that it was Zack Moss who got the work, and the coaching staff trusted him in those moments, is a potential indication that Zack Moss could surpass Devin Singletary on the depth chart this coming season.