Buffalo Bills RB Devin Singletary
One player who didn’t play a big role against the Kansas City Chiefs earlier this year but has lately is running back Devin Singletary. In Week 5, Singletary had only six rushing attempts for 25 yards and one reception for -2 yards while playing only 26% of the offensive snaps.
During the recent winning streak for the Bills, one that was extended to five on Saturday, Singletary has been a key part of this offense. He has played 68% or more of the offensive snaps each game while averaging 18.4 rushing attempts, 80.4 rushing yards, with eight total touchdowns.
The Buffalo Bills offense should be much more balanced on Sunday night than they were when these two teams met earlier in the season. This is going to create challenges for the Chiefs’ defense as they are not going to be able to just drop their secondary back and defend the pass.
Devin Singletary is going to be a pivotal part of this Buffalo Bills offense and if he is able to continue to produce at this level, the Bills are going to be tough to stop.