The Buffalo Bills couldn’t get much consistently going on the ground and Devin Singletary was a big part of that with the most carries in Week 3 with nine but was only able to muster 13 rushing yards.
However, the fourth-year running back had an impressive game through the air and had career highs in targets (11), receptions (9), and receiving yards (78). He would score the opening touchdown, a pass from Josh Allen, and finish the game leading the team in receptions, receiving yards, and targets.
While Zack Moss did have an impressive run in the second half, one that went for 43 yards, it has been pretty clear the past few weeks that Devin Singletary is the team’s most complete running back at this point. There shouldn’t be much reason to pull him off the field unless he needs a break for a snap or two.