Devin Singletary carries the run game
With Josh Allen not running nearly as much and Zack Moss inactive, the Buffalo Bills leaned on Devin Singletary almost exclusively. The Bills had 27 rushing attempts against the Panthers with Singletary getting 22 of those, which was a career-high.
The third-year running back was surprisingly effective and finished the game with 86 rushing yards, which included a 16-yard touchdown in the second quarter. He also added one reception for 10 yards.
This is now the second straight week that Singletary has had 50 or more rushing yards after not being able to break that mark in the previous eight games. If Devin Singletary can continue to at least provide a threat of a run game, it should help keep this offense on track.