Another player on the Buffalo Bills offense who had an impressive game was Devin Singletary. While the 3.9 yards per carry from Week 15 isn’t necessarily impressive, the way the Bills leaned on Singletary could signal a shift in how the coaching staff is going to approach the run game moving forward.
For the second straight week, Singletary played over 80% of the snaps which he had yet to do in any game earlier this season. He also had a career-high in carries (22) and a season-high in rushing yards (86) while adding his third rushing touchdown of the season on a 16-yard run.
The Bills have been desperate to find a run game all season and for most of the year have been splitting the work evenly between the running backs who were active that week. However, the past two weeks it has been clear that Devin Singletary is the featured back and has played well in that role.
He should remain in that role moving forward and give the Bills some balance to their offense that has been lacking this year.