Even though he was only in his second season, Devin Singletary was expected to be the primary back due in large part to his experience. He was coming off a promising rookie season where he surpassed Frank Gore on the depth chart.
This past season, Singletary would finish with 156 rushing attempts for 687 rushing yards, averaging 4.4 yards per carry and two rushing touchdowns. He also had 38 receptions for 269 receiving yards.
The highlight of the season for Devin Singletary came in Week 15 against the Denver Broncos. The Bills were trying to run down the clock in a blowout win and Singletary was able to burst through the line for a 50-yard touchdown.
Even though Singletary started twice as many games, he finished with only five more carries than his rookie season and finished with 88 fewer rushing yards. While Devin Singletary has shown some good things, he will enter next season with his role in this offense in question.