These are three running backs that stood out at the NFL Combine that the Buffalo Bills may consider in next month’s NFL Draft
In two of the past three years, the Buffalo Bills have drafted a running back in the third round of the NFL Draft. In 2019, it was Devin Singletary out of Florida Atlantic University and then the following year it was Zack Moss out of Utah.
However, after this past season it wouldn’t be surprising to see the front office once again look to add another running back in this year’s NFL Draft. The offense to start the year didn’t have much balance and was reliant primarily on Josh Allen throwing the ball with a running back by committee between Singletary and Moss just not working.
They did find success once making Devin Singletary the featured running back in the final weeks of the regular season, which they continued into the playoffs. However, he is entering the final year of his contract and they may want to add another player to the position that could compliment Singletary this year or even potentially become the featured running back.
These are three running backs in particular that impressed during the NFL Combine that Buffalo may want to consider drafting.