Devin Singletary did not start the game off well as he had only two rushing attempts for four yards and one reception for three yards. He would then have a fumble on the third drive of the game that the Ravens capitalized on with a touchdown on their next drive to build a 14-3 lead.
However, the coaching staff stuck with Singletary and as the game went along he became more effective. He finished the game with 49 rushing yards on 11 attempts but the work in the passing game is what has stood out recently.
Last week against the Dolphins, Singletary had nine receptions for 78 yards and then this week he added four receptions for 47 yards. One of those receptions went for 16 yards on the final drive that moved the Bills inside the 20-yard line. He followed it up with an eight-yard run on the next play that set up Bass for the game-winning field goal.
Entering the season, it seemed like the Bills would have a three running back committee but Singletary has been the most effective to begin the year and should remain the featured running back for the foreseeable future.